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Vol. 10, Special Issue 2 (2021)

A combination of conventional and alternative ethnoveterinary medicine for the treatment of lumpy skin disease in a she-buffalo: A case report

Author(s):
J Venkatesh Yadav, M Lakshman and D Madhuri
Abstract:
A graded murrah buffalo of 5 years age in 2nd lactation was presented to the Veterinary Dispensary, Jeelakarragudem, West Godavari District, with clinical signs of general malaise, ocular and nasal discharge, pyrexia, and sudden decrease in milk production. The striking feature noticed on the skin of the buffalo was presence of characteristic nodules all over the body of approximately 1-2 cm diameter. Based on the signs and lesions, it was diagnosed as Lumpy skin disease and was treated with antibiotics, NSAID’s, and ethnoveterinary formulations. The animal recovered by day 5 and skin lesions got faded by day 15.
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How to cite this article:
J Venkatesh Yadav, M Lakshman and D Madhuri. A combination of conventional and alternative ethnoveterinary medicine for the treatment of lumpy skin disease in a she-buffalo: A case report. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(2S): 83-84.
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