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Contagious Ophthalmia in Cattle



Contagious Ophthalmia in Cattle



Azione vet, 7: 624-626



describes an outbreak of contagious ophthalmia in cattle in Albania, and asserts that it is little known in Europe, though known in North America, parts of Africa and elsewhere. He insists on the contagious nature of the disease, though admitting that sun-glare, dust, and flies may be predisposing causes. He implies that it is due to a virus. He gives details of the symptoms and general course of the disease, which varies between conjunctivitis and panophthalmia, and may lead to blindness.

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DOI: 10.1016/S0368-1742(97)80036-7


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