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Alopecia areata is a hair loss disorder in humans, dogs and horses with a suspected autoimmune aetiology targeting anagen hair follicles. Alopecia areata is only sporadically reported in cows. Recently, we observed several cases of suspected alopecia areata in Eringer cows. The aim of this study...

Author(s)
Timm, K.; Rüfenacht, S.; Tscharner, C. von; Bornand, V. F.; Doherr, M. G.; Oevermann, A.; Flury, C.; Rieder, S.; Hirsbrunner, G.; Drögemüller, C.; Roosje, P. J.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2010, 21, 6, pp 545-553
Abstract

Adult onset progressive alopecia and leukotrichia developed in 2 registered black Angus cows, aged 6 and 7 years. Histopathologic findings in skin were prominent melanin clumping and degeneration of matrix cells with formation of giant multinucleate cells within hair bulbs, accompanied by...

Author(s)
Valentine, B. A.; Bildfell, R. J.; Packham, D.; Scott, D. W.; Miller, W. H.
Publisher
American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Davis, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 2012, 24, 2, pp 405-407
Abstract

Alopecia areata (AA) is a dystrophic follicular disease characterized by alopecia due to lymphocytic bulbar folliculitis and antibody production against hair follicle antigens. Although well documented in humans and rodents, the natural occurrence of AA has been rarely reported in dogs, cats,...

Author(s)
Sillas, T.; Farias, M. R. de; Werner, J.; Cavalcante, C. Z.; Schmidlin, P. C.
Publisher
Editora Guará, São Paulo, Brazil
Citation
Clínica Veterinária, 2006, 11, 63, pp 76-80
Abstract

In August 1995, a small area of alopecia appeared on the right shoulder of a 7-year-old Aberdeen Angus cow. By summer 1996, the back, flanks and both shoulders were similarly affected with hair of reduced overall density which was thinner and white in colour. Histologically, there were dystrophic...

Author(s)
Gumbrell, R. C.; Rest, J. R.; Taylor, R. W.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1997, 141, 24, pp 632
Abstract

A case of alopecia areata (pelada), a rare idiopathic dermatosis of cattle, is described in a cow. It was characterized by asymptomatic, solitary or multiple, annular areas of noninflammatory alopecia. Scrapings and cultures were negative, and the diagnosis confirmed by skin biopsies taken from...

Author(s)
Paradis, M.; Fecteau, G.; Scott, D. W.
Citation
Canadian Veterinary Journal, 1988, 29, 9, pp 727-729
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Author(s)
Scott, D. W.; Guard, C. L.
Citation
Agri-Practice, 1988, 9, 4, pp 16, 18-19
Abstract

A three year survey in N. Germany of calves between five days and three weeks of age showed that respiratory diseases and various forms of enteritis were the most common health problems, although changes in animal management and feeding practices during the last decade have produced some of the...

Author(s)
Dirksen, G.; Hofmann, W.
Citation
Veterinary Medical Review, 1974, No.1, pp 3-21
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Cover for Bos taurus (cattle)

Feral cattle can be distinguished from domestic stock only by their location and lack of ear marks or tags. Their size and conformation vary greatly...

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Cover for skin and ocular diseases of large ruminants

Information in this disease system overview will be expanded in the next edition of the Compendium. Please note that the list of diseases affecting...

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