caseous lymphadenitis


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caseous lymphadenitis

[′kā·shəs lim‚fad·ən′ī·dəs]
(veterinary medicine)
A chronic bacterial disease of sheep and goats caused by Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis, characterized by caseation of the lymph glands and sometimes the lungs, liver, spleen, and kidneys.
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Dercksen, "Erratum: survey of caseous lymphadenitis seroprevalence in British terminal sire sheep breeds (The Veterinary Record (505-506))," Veterinary Record, vol.
Fontaine, "Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis and its Role in Ovine Caseous Lymphadenitis," Journal of Comparative Pathology, vol.
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Pathogenesis of caseous lymphadenitis in sheep and goats.
Caseous lymphadenitis of goats and sheep: a review.
Diagnosis of caseous lymphadenitis by ELISA in naturally infected goats from Venezuela.
Caseous Lymphadenitis. The disease is caused by Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis.
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Prevalence of caseous lymphadenitis and usage of caseous lymphadenitis vaccines in sheep flocks.
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Batey (1986) has described the pathogenesis of Caseous Lymphadenitis in Sheep and Goat and mentioned that the progress of Caseous Lymphadenitis in most primary wound infection involves lymphatic and haematogenous dissemination followed by secondary infection of lymph node and various visceral organs by which is further followed by elimination of infection which is represented by formation of Caseous lesions.