Congenital cerebral and cerebellar lesions of unknown aetiology in calves

August 2010
Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;8/14/2010, Vol. 167 Issue 7, p234
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The article focuses on a surveillance report for May 2010 from Scotland-based SAC Consulting: Veterinary Services (SAC C VS) which discusses several diseases that can affect cattle and lambs. Some of the symptoms of abiotrophy of the cerebellum of cattle include the inability to rise, head tremors as well as nystagmus. A pneumonia outbreak in animal farms can also be observed when the dissected lungs of beef heifer showed multiple interlobular bullae in the dorsal region.


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