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Species Pseudocowpox virus (PCPV; family Poxviridae) is known to cause pustular cutaneous disease in cattle. We describe an outbreak of pseudocowpox with an unusual clinical picture in a free-stall dairy herd of ∼80 cows. Approximately 90% of the cows had vesicles, erosions, papules, and scabs on...

Author(s)
Blomqvist, G.; Ullman, K.; Segall, T.; Hauzenberger, E.; Renström, L.; Persson-Waller, K.; Leijon, M.; Valarcher, J. F.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 2018, 30, 2, pp 256-259
AbstractFull Text

This study was initiated for the first time for identification, using sequencing and phylogenetic analyses, of pseudocowpox PCPV that inhabit dairy cows in Al-Qadisiyah province, Iraq. Scab sampling was performed to obtain specimens from udder and teats of 18 affected cows. Initially, a polymerase...

Author(s)
Karim, S. M.; Mansour, K. A.; Janabi, A. H. D.; Al-Nakeeb, N. K. M.
Publisher
College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Mosul, Mosul, Iraq
Citation
Iraqi Journal of Veterinary Sciences, 2019, 33, 1, pp 123-126
Abstract

We detected parapoxviruses from environmental samples and calves with and without intraoral clinical signs and conducted molecular and serological analyses. Pseudocowpox virus (PCPV) was detected from a calf showing anorexia, frothy salivation, and erosion in the mucosa of the lip and tongue. At...

Author(s)
Matsumoto, H.; Setoyama, H.; Matsuura, Y.; Ohtani, A.; Shimizu, K.; Okada, A.; Inoshima, Y.
Publisher
Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 2019, 81, 3, pp 440-443
AbstractFull Text

A crossbred cow with history of teat and udder lesions was physically examined. Circular limited only to teats in cow and around mouth in case of her calf were observed. All lesions were circular in shape. After examination and suspecting to pseudocowpox, the milker' hands were examined to evaluate ...

Author(s)
Manoj Kumar; Anjay; Niranjan Kumar
Publisher
Intas Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Ahmedabad, India
Citation
Intas Polivet, 2017, 18, 1, pp 88-89
Abstract

Exanthematic and papulo-vesicular lesions in the udder and teats of milking cows are fairly common in some Brazilian dairies, especially those with poor sanitary conditions and hand milking. The orthopoxvirus Vaccinia virus (VACV) and the parapoxviruses Pseudocowpox virus (PCPV) and Bovine popular...

Author(s)
Cargnelutti, J. F.; Weiblen, R.; Flores, E. F.
Publisher
Elsevier B. V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Journal of Virological Methods, 2017, 239, pp 38-41
Abstract

In 2011, an outbreak of severe vesicular disease occurred in the state of Pará, Amazon region. Besides proliferative or verrucous lesions, cattle showed atypical clinical signs such as diarrhea and leading to death. The animals were submitted to clinical, pathological and molecular diagnosis, and...

Author(s)
Alves, P. A.; Figueiredo, P. O.; Oliveira, C. H. S. de; Barbosa, J. D.; Lima, D. H. S.; Bomjardim, H. A.; Silva, N. S.; Campos, K. F.; Oliveira, C. M. C.; Barbosa-Stancioli, E. F.; Abrahão, J. S.; Kroon, E. G.; Trindade, G. de S.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Comparative Immunology, Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, 2016, 49, pp 70-75
Abstract

Several studies have shown the occurrence of poxvirus infections associated with exanthematic lesions in cattle from many Brazilian states. Coinfection between viruses belonging to 2 genera, Orthopoxvirus (OPXV) and Parapoxvirus (PPV), was already identified from the lesions of affected cows and...

Author(s)
Rehfeld, I. S.; Fraiha, A. L. S.; Matos, A. C. D.; Costa, A. G.; Gallinari, G. C. F.; Costa, É. A.; Guedes, M. I. M. C.; Lobato, Z. I. P.
Publisher
Elsevier Inc., Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Journal of Dairy Science, 2018, 101, 9, pp 7801-7803
Abstract

Although the clinical disease presentation and the visceral pox lesions in cattle caused by lumpy skin disease virus (LSDV) are strongly indicative of lumpy skin disease (LSD), a definitive diagnosis requires laboratory confirmation. Milder forms of LSD can be confused with many different agents or ...

Author(s)
Babiuk, S.
Publisher
Springer International Publishing AG, Cham, Switzerland
Citation
Lumpy skin disease, 2018, pp 73-79
Abstract

Author(s)
Allen, A. J.; Evermann, J.; Diaz-Campos, D.; McCrea, J.
Publisher
American Association of Bovine Practitioners, Stillwater, USA
Citation
Proceedings of the Forty-Ninth Annual Conference of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 15-17 September, 2016 , 2016, pp 160-161
Abstract

Pseudocowpox virus is a parapoxvirus frequently associated with papulovesicular and scabby lesions on the teats and udders of milking cows and is often transmitted to human beings. An unusual outbreak of skin disease in fattening calves in southern Brazil is described. Fourteen of 17 male cattle...

Author(s)
Cargnelutti, J. F.; Flores, M. M.; Teixeira, F. R. M.; Weiblen, R.; Flores, E. F.
Publisher
American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Davis, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 2012, 24, 2, pp 437-441

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