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Alphaherpesvirinae

Bovine Mammillitis and Pseudo-Lumpy Skin Disease

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How are these diseases transmitted? Arthropods and trauma to th skin
Are recovered animals carriers? YES
What are the clinical features in animals with mammillitis? Ulcerative lesions are observed on the teats...no scab formation// Reduction in milk yield (10%) due to difficulty in milking and intercurrent mastitis
Clinical features with Pseudo-lumpy skin disease? Mild fever with SUDDEN appearance of skin nodules all over the entire body...heals without scars
How is this controlled? Isolation and control of arthropod vectors
Created by: lkollmeier