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and signs of depression and respiratory tract effects, such as conjunctivitis and rhinitis, may be evident. In chronically infected dogs, renal function may decline accompanied by weight loss, vomiting, polydipsia, and polyuria. Hepatic dysfunction may

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application of dicyclanil (an insect growth regulator) was evaluated in Argentina for use in preventing NWS infestation of castration wounds in cattle. A 5% weight-to-volume solution of dicyclanil was applied to the wound surfaces of treated cattle; the

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disorientation; additionally, signs of depression, mental dullness, anorexia, rapid weight loss, impaired vision, and sudden death may be evident. 54,76,77 The case fatality rate in American crows appears to be close to 100%. 8 In dead birds, affected organs

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An illness characterized by acute or insidious onset of fever, night sweats, undue fatigue, anorexia, weight loss, headache, and arthralgia. Laboratory criteria for diagnosis Isolation of Brucella spp from a clinical specimen, 4—fold or

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, liver, spleen, skin, or muscles. Weight loss and lymphadenopathy are also evident. Chronic glanders may remain latent in afflicted individuals and is characterized by exacerbations and remissions over many years. 1,9 Diagnosis of Glanders in

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shape, gape, tooth size, a training, and motivation to bite all interact to produce tremendous individual variation in bite force even within a breed. 56 Indeed, there is only moderate correlation between weight and bite strength, except at the

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often accompanied by a decrease in milk yield and loss of body weight. 24–26 The most common neurologic signs in cattle with BSE are apprehension, pelvic limb ataxia, and hyperesthesia to auditory, visual, or tactile stimuli. 1,24,27,28 Bradycardia and

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