Presence of contagious agalactia
causing mycoplasmas in Spanish goat artificial insemination centres.
agalactiae is the major pathogen causing the disease contagious agalactia
. In the Western Pyrenees basin of France there has been reemergence of this particular pathogen.
Pregnant and lactating mares should not eat fescue because an endophyte (ehn-do-fit), which is a parasite in the grass, can cause thickening of the placenta and agalactia
. Species affected: bovine and equine
In the case of hypogalactia or agalactia
, the piglets, if greater than 4 or 5 wk old, should be provided creep feed.
Against Streptococcus agalactia
exhibited maximum zone of inhibition 13.0 [+ or -] 0.37 was recorded at 100 mg/ml and minimum zone of inhibition (1.
From 249 sows housed, 8 were excluded from the analysis (six sows discarded by agalactia
, one died, and one had a rectal prolapse).
Dhama, "Mycoplasma agalactiae, an etiological agent of contagious agalactia
in small ruminants-a Review," Veterinary Medicine InternationalIn Press, 2014.
Also, it includes postpartum metritis, mastitis and agalactia
syndrome (MMA) (Klopfenstein et al., 2006).
Females undergoing a c-section may experience a temporary agalactia
. Normal milk production should be noted within 24 hours of surgery.
PPDS is known for a hypogalactia (low milk production) more often than complete cessation of milk production (agalactia
, gonorrhoea, hepatitis Microglossa pyrifolia (Lam.) Cough, elephantiasis, wounds Kuntze Senecio maranguensis O.
Clinical and experimental investigation into a postparturient syndrome with agalactia