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A ringworm epidemic in sheep and goats in the High Atlas


A ringworm epidemic in sheep and goats in the High Atlas



Maroc Veterinaire 2: 20-23



A case of apparently contagious dermatosis with high incidence (40%) is described. Trichophyton verrucosum was isolated. Lesions were always squamous and were found on the head, but also on the legs, tail and trunk, with a tendency towards generalization (20%).

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