Pathologic Basis Of Veterinary Disease Expert Consult

Author: James F. Zachary
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Disorders of Ruminants (Cattle, Sheep, and Goats) Bacillary Hemoglobinuria (
Clostridium haemolyticum). The mechanism of injury in bacillary hemoglobinuria
has a local component and a systemic component. Local injury is cell lysis (acute
coagulative necrosis) of hepatocytes (necrotizing hepatitis), whereas systemic
injury is lysis of erythrocytes in the blood vascular system. Injury in both
components is caused by phospholipase C and other toxins released from
Clostridium ...

Jubb Kennedy Palmer S Pathology Of Domestic Animals E Book

Author: Grant Maxie
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0702068373
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Bacillary hemoglobinuria occurs in cattle and sheep. It is characterized clinically
by intravascular hemolysis with anemia and hemoglobinuria, but, perhaps
reflecting variety in exotoxins between strains of the organism, hemolysis may not
be a feature. The essential lesion is hepatic and similar to that of black disease
but is much larger and usually single (Fig. 2-78). It has been described as an
infarct secondary to portal thrombosis, and although this may occur in isolated
cases, it is ...

Mosby S Comprehensive Review For Veterinary Technicians

Author: Monica M. Tighe
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0323171397
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Clostridial Diseases With Biologicals System/Cause Signs Clostridium chauvoei (
Blackleg) Cattle Clostridial myositis Severe lameness; depression; anorexia;
temperature of 106°F (41° C); increased pulse of 100-120 beats/min; acute ...
clinical signs observed Clostridium haemolyticum (Bacillary Hemoglobinuria)
Cattle and Sheep Initiated by damage to the liver Clinical signs include fever,
rumen atony, anorexia, abdominal pain, toxemia, arched posture, and dark-red
urine (“red ...

Diagnostic Procedure In Veterinary Bacteriology And Mycology

Author: Grace R. Carter
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 0323138187
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Cl. novyi (Cl. oedematiens) type A: Gas gangrene in cattle, sheep and humans;
septicemia in tortoises,- "big head” in- rams. Cl. novyi (Cl. oedematiens/Cl. gigas)
type B: Black disease (infectious necrotic hepatitis of sheep and cattle); sudden
death in cattle and pigs Cl. novyi (Cl. oedematiens/C'l. bubulorum) type C:
Osteomyelitis in buffaloes (Indonesia) Cl. novyi (Cl. oedematiens/Cl.
haemolyticum) type D: Bacillary hemoglobinuria in cattle; necrotic liver disease in
sheep. Cl. sordellii: ...

Code Of Federal Regulations

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(a) Lactating mammary glands and diseased mammary glands of cattle, sheep,
Swine and goats shall be removed without opening the milk ducts or Sinuses. If
pus or other objectionable material is ... (b) Nonlactating cow udders may be
saved for food purposes provided Suitable facilities for handling and inspecting
them are provided. Examination of udders by palpation and When ... disposition
of carcasses and parts. Anthrax, babesiosis, bacillary hemoglobinuria in cattle,
blackleg, ...

The Code Of Federal Regulations Of The United States Of America

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Actinomycosis and actlnobacillosis; disposition of carcasses and parts Anthrax,
babesiosis, bacillary hemoglobinuria in cattle, blackleg, blue tongue in sheep,
hemorrhagic septicemia, icterohematuria in sheep, infectious bovine rhlno-
tracheitis, leptospirosis, malignant epizootic catarrh, and unhealed vaccine
lesions; disposition of carcasses. Neoplasms; disposition of carcasses and parts.
Epithelioma of the eye of cattle. Pigmentary conditions; Melanosis, Xanthosis,
Ochronosis, etc.; ...

Pathogenesis Of Experimental Bacillary Hemoglobinuria In The Rabbit

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Reports have been received from Chile, Great Britain and New Zealand of
confirmed cases of bacillary hemoglobinuria.” 31, 32, 33, 34, H3, 53, 51, 55, 56.
Naturally occuring bacillary hemoglobinuria has been reported in cattle, sheep
and swine", H6. Laboratory animals which have been experimentally infected
include guinea pigs, mice and rabbits". Immunity Bacterins have been developed
to stimulate active immunity in cattle against Cl, hemolyticum, and these are
reported to be ...

Veterinary Medicine

Author: Peter D. Constable
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
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Bacillary. Hemoglobinuria. (Red. Water. Disease). Etiology Clostridium
haemolyticum, which is a soil-borne anaerobe, produces phospholipase C (β-
toxin) with strong necrotoxic and hemolytic activity. Epidemiology In cattle and
sheep occurs in summer and autumn in endemic areas, which are usually
irrigated or subirrigated fields Clinical findings Anorexia, depression, anemia,
fever, hemoglobinuria, and jaundice; high case fatality Clinical pathology
Hemoglobinuria, anemia, and ...

Clostridial Diseases Of Animals

Author: Francisco A. Uzal
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118728408
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C. haemolyticum 0.6–1.6 x 2–18 pm, singly or in pairs; spores oval, ST". colonies
1–3 mm, raised to convex, gray, Scalloped margin; so-hemolytic, motile - PLPC (
beta toxin), identical to C. novyi beta toxin but produced in larger amounts
Bacillary hemoglobinuria (a necrotizing hepatitis) of cattle and rarely sheep
Ruminant digestive tract, latent in liver of healthy animals, Soil Cattle (and other
ruminants); endemic regions; correlation with liver fluke which may cause Spores
in liver to ...