By Danny W. Scott
A colour Atlas of Farm Animal Dermatology is an important reference for veterinary dermatologists, practitioners, and scholars alike. Emphasizing reputation and analysis, the e-book combines over six hundred colour pictures with transparent and concise textual content highlighting scientific positive factors, differentials, and diagnostic info for every illness. insurance comprises either universal and unusual illnesses of farm animals, goats, sheep and pigs. The atlas is split into 4 species-specific sections for simple reference. sickness forms lined comprise bacterial, fungal, parasitic, viral and protozoal, immunological, congenital and hereditary, environmental, dietary and miscellaneous ailments, in addition to neoplastic and non-neoplastic growths.
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7-2 Intertrigo. Erythema, oozing, and crusting between udder and thigh (courtesy M. Sloet). , a fall, a kick). The lesions are usually acute in onset, subcutaneous, fluctuant, and may or may not be painful (Figs. 7-5). The lesions are usually not warm to the touch. Hematomas are seen most commonly over the stifle, ischial tuberosity, lateral thorax, and the point of the shoulder. 7-3 Hematoma. Large swelling on caudal udder and perineum. Differential Diagnosis Abscess, neoplasm. Diagnosis 1. History and physical examination.
Humans develop influenza-like symptoms and occasionally mucocutaneous vesicles and erosions. Swine, sheep, goats, and horses are also affected. Differential Diagnosis Foot-and-mouth disease is clinically indistinguishable from vesicular stomatitis. 4-25 Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis. Erythema and crusts on muzzle (courtesy J. Gourreau). rhea, rinderpest, malignant catarrhal fever, bluetongue, and bovine papular stomatitis. Diagnosis 1. Virus isolation. 2. Viral antigen detection. FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE Features Foot-and-mouth disease (“aphthous fever”—Greek: painful vesicles and ulcers in mouth) is a highly contagious infectious disease of cattle, sheep, goats, and swine caused by an Aphthovirus having 7 principal serotypes: A, O, C, South African Territories (SAT) 1, SAT 2, SAT 3, and Asia 1.
Lack of shelter, blowing wind, and wetting decrease the amount of exposure time necessary for frostbite to develop. Frostbite typically affects the pinnae, tail tip, teats, scrotum, and feet in variable combinations (Fig. 7-12). While frozen, the skin appears pale, is hypoesthetic, and is cool to the touch. After thawing, mild cases present with erythema, edema, scaling, and alopecia; severe cases present with necrosis, dry gangrene, and sloughing. 7-1). 7-10. Alopecia, necrosis, and ulceration over dorsolateral trunk.