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diseases test 2

bovine diseases

bovine vibriosis campylobacter fetus venerealis- similiar to trich doesnt cause disease in other species gram negative rod. ubiquitous
leptospriosis sometimes called red-water: bld in urine ubiquitous spirochete-bacterial leptospira serovars: multiple -L. hardjo:bovine -L pomona:ovine -L grippotyphosa:caprine ZOONOTIC
lepto transmission urine contaminated feed or water direct contact with infected urine aborted tissues-how humans become infected RODENTS-natural reservoir
leto clinical signs weak calves icterus hemoglobinuria: red urine fever anemia mastitis: ropy secretions abortion: common in 7th month-- abortion storms death is rare HIGH MORBIDITY, LOW MORTALITY
human lepto: Weil's disease exposure to fd and water contaminated w/ urine of infected animals urban areas-rats acute phase- flu-like, GI, cough, skin rash 2nd phase- rare; can infect the brain, kidneys, liver, eyes or lungs multi systemic disease
Created by: ash21375019