agalactia


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agalactia

[‚ā·gə′lak·shə]
(medicine)
Nonsecretion or imperfect secretion of milk after childbirth.
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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.
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).
Agalactia, gonorrhoea, hepatitis Microglossa pyrifolia (Lam.) Cough, elephantiasis, wounds Kuntze Senecio maranguensis O.
Clinical and experimental investigation into a postparturient syndrome with agalactia in sows.