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The udders of 14 cows of a dairy herd were observed from Oct. 1943 to Sept. 1947. In several cows there were pathological changes of the milk without bacterial infection of the udder (" aseptic catarrh "). The authors consider that these changes might be traumatic in origin.
Normal milk samples...

Kastli, P.; Binz, M.
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1948, 90, pp 349-381

The authors examined 260 cows, of which 143 were affected with clinical mastitis. Streptococci were found in 94 cases and staphylococci in 30 cases; in the remainder the causal organisms were not determined in every case. 20 of the 80 cases of staphylococcal mastitis occurred in 2 herds where no...

Gwatkin, R.; Hadwen, S.; Le Card, H. M.
Canadian Journal of Public Health, 1936, 27, pp 391-400