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Some Notes on Contagious Ophthalmia in Cattle



Some Notes on Contagious Ophthalmia in Cattle



Vet. Rec, 14: 29-33



III. A description of an outbreak of contagious ophthalmia in cattle in Scotland. It was first noticed in a lot of store cattle one month after purchase from a dealer and during the summer of 1930 spread slowly to four adjacent farms. The disease was characterized by conjunctivitis, intense lachrymation and corneal opacity of one or both eyes. Corneal ulcers sometimes developed, but in most cases the opacity cleared up after a time.

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