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Vol. 11, Special Issue 3 (2022)

Treatment of bovine actinomycosis in crossbred cow: A case report

Author(s):
Dr. P Ganapathi, Dr. T Hariharan, Dr. R Subash and Dr. NV Kavithaa
Abstract:
Bovine actinomycosis (Lymphy Jaw) is a chronic infectious and contagious disease affected the cattle. A crossbred Holstein Frisian cow with the history of off feed and unilateral swelling at mandibular region was presented for treatment. The swelling was increased day by day. The animal had a hard painless, diffused swelling at mandibular region. Based onsymptoms it was confirmed actinomycosis. The animal was treated with broad spectrum antibiotics and non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for seven days. The anima respond the treatment of broad spectrum antibiotics and nonsteroidal anti inflammatory drugs and recovered symptomatically.
Pages: 609-611  |  437 Views  248 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. P Ganapathi, Dr. T Hariharan, Dr. R Subash and Dr. NV Kavithaa. Treatment of bovine actinomycosis in crossbred cow: A case report. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(3S): 609-611.

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