Numerous outbreaks of abortion in sheep

May 2010
Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;5/15/2010, Vol. 166 Issue 20, p608
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The article focuses on topics related to veterinary medicine discussed in the disease surveillance report released by the Veterinary Laboratory Agency (VLA) in Great Britain for March 2010. It notes that an abortion diagnosed in a fetus from a beef suckler cow examined at VLA Aberystwyth regional laboratory in Wales was caused by Bacillus licheniformis. It cites that the cause of ocular lesions a group of housed cattle, whose eye swabs were submitted to Aberystwyth, was infections keratoconjunctivitis.


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