bovine mastitis


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bovine mastitis

[′bō‚vīn ma·′stīd·əs]
(veterinary medicine)
Inflammation of the udder of a cow; may result from injury or bacterial infection.
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Bovine Mastitis and Its Therapeutic Strategy Doing Antibiotic Sensitivity Tests.
Group B streptococci in humans as a cause of bovine mastitis [in Danish].
Bovine mastitis pathogens in New York and Pennsylvania: prevalence and effects on somatic cell count and milk production.
34%), confirming that the staphylococci are the main causative agent of the bovine mastitis in the different countries [51].
Meanwhile, proteolytic enzymes have been considered as an effective treatment for bovine mastitis (14).
Clinical Efficacy of Amoxycillin and Tazobactum combination for management of Bovine mastitis.
Even though research work has been done on various aspects of bovine mastitis among dairy cattle in India, region to region variation on prevalence of both clinical mastitis and SCM has been recorded.
The control of bovine mastitis is vital not only in Pakistan but also in the world as mastitis is the major cause among various diseases involved in reduction of milk production (Hussain et al.
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