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Dermatophilosis is an exudative pustular dermatitis that affects cattle, sheep, horses, goats, dogs, cats, reptiles, and occasionally humans. This disease is caused by Dermatophilus congolensis, a pleomorphic Gram-positive actinomycete. According to the Veterinary Services, the highest incidence of ...

Author(s)
Walter, A.; Paixão, A.; Martínez, S.; Espinosa, I.
Publisher
Centro Nacional de Sanidad Agropecuaria, La Habana, Cuba
Citation
Revista de Salud Animal, 2017, 39, 2, pp unpaginated
AbstractFull Text

Dermatophilosis is a contagious zoonotic skin disease with wide host range and most commonly affects cattle, sheep and horse. The principal causative agent is Dermatophilus congolensis which is a member of the aerobic actinomycete and has worldwide distribution. The disease is characterized by...

Author(s)
Iliyasu, D.; Munir, A. S.; Auwal, U.; Omonike, O. S.; Mustapha, R. A.; Ahmed, I.
Publisher
Pashupati Foundation India, Rishikesh, India
Citation
International Journal of Livestock Research, 2015, 5, 6, pp 46-53
Abstract

An account of the clinical picture of streptothricosis in cattle in the Sudan, horses in UK, and of mycotic dermatitis and strawberry foot rot in sheep in UK. In clinical diagnosis of bovine and equine cases, lesions had to be differentiated from warts, ringworm and photosensitivity; and in ovine...

Author(s)
Abu-Samra, M. T.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, 1978, 25B, 8, pp 641-651
Abstract

In 1916 Bull recorded the occurrence in Australia of a granuloma which, in his experience, was most frequently found affecting the external genital organs of the horse, and which was attributed to invasion with a larval nematode, Habronema [see this Bulletin, 1916, Vol. 4, No. 4, p. 166]. In the...

Author(s)
Bull, L. B.
Citation
Trans. Roy. Soc. South Australia., 1919, 43, pp 85-141
Abstract

This memoir is divided into five parts dealing respectively with the following points: History of Bursati; the Identity of Bursati with Leeches, Summer sore, Granular dermatitis, and other skin affections; Clinical characteristics of Bursati; Histology and aetiology of Bursati; and the Treatment of ...

Author(s)
Holmes, J. D. E.
Citation
Memoirs Dept. Agric. in India., 1914, 2, 5, pp 119-153 pp.
Abstract

The author studied the survival under different conditions of 38 isolates of Dermatophilus congolensis, 12 from dermatitis and strawberry footrot of sheep in the UK, and 26 from cutaneous streptothricosis in cattle, horses and donkeys in Nigeria and the Sudan. They remained viable for 2-5 years in...

Author(s)
Abu-Samra, M. T.
Citation
British Veterinary Journal, 137, 2, pp 196-202

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