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Nosological profile of animal infectious diseases
After analyzing the nosological profile, we can conclude that over the past three years, the most frequently reported diseases were: microsporia of cats and dogs, pyroplasmosis of dogs and bird ornithosis. And for the last 2009: microsporia and piroplasmosis of dogs. Most likely this is due to the large number of stray dogs, wild animals, negligence of owners who do not do preventive vaccinations on time or do not do them at all.
According to the materials obtained from the archives of the City Health and Safety Council, it can be concluded that infectious diseases are most often registered in cattle belonging to residents of the Krasnoarmeysky, Kirovsky and Sovetsky districts, that is, in the southern part of the city.
Dzerzhinsky district is safe for infectious and invasive diseases. The following diseases are most often registered: cattle brucellosis, staphylococcosis and piroplasmosis of dogs, toxocariasis of cats, and dirofilyatiosis of dogs. Annually registered: cattle leukemia, microsporia of dogs and cats, as well as invasive diseases.
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Nosological profile of animal infectious diseases
- FACTORY INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF AGRICULTURAL ANIMALS
In recent years, in special publications and in communication with each other, veterinarians have begun to widely use the concept of factor infectious diseases. Such diseases became widespread after the transfer of livestock, pig, poultry and other industries on an industrial basis. Prior to this, such diseases occurred in the form of isolated cases of the disease or not at all.
- B.F. Bessarabov, A.A. Vashutin, E.S. Voronin. Infectious diseases of animals, 2007
The textbook “Infectious Animal Diseases” includes more than 150 nosological units. The material for all diseases is presented according to a single scheme. Epizootological characteristics of the disease are considered; reflects the idea of the incubation period, the nature of the course and clinical forms of the disease; the most characteristic pathological changes are described; basic methods are described
- PRINCIPAL BASES OF PREVENTION OF CLASSICAL AND FACTOR INFECTIOUS INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF AGRICULTURAL ANIMALS
The modern stereotype of control of animal infectious diseases is based on laboratory diagnostics and the use of specific prophylaxis means. It is justified in relation to the control of epizootic processes of classical infectious diseases: anthrax, foot and mouth disease, listeriosis, hemorrhagic septicemia, etc. They tried to apply this stereotype to the control of epizootic processes
- CLASSIFICATION OF INFECTIOUS ANIMAL DISEASES
CLASSIFICATION OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES
- EGGS AS A POSSIBLE SOURCE OF INFECTIOUS ANIMAL AND HUMAN DISEASES
Eggs can be a transmission factor and a source of spread of various infectious diseases. Pathogens of salmonellosis, tuberculosis, streptococcosis, pullorosis, pasteurellosis, colibacteriosis, infectious laryngotracheitis, mycoplasmosis, ornithosis, Newcastle disease, influenza and other pathogens can be transmitted with chicken eggs. Pathogens of infectious diseases are found both on the surface of the shell
- VETERINARY AND SANITARY EXAMINATION OF ANIMAL SLAUGHTER PRODUCTS IN INFECTIOUS DISEASES
VETERINARY AND SANITARY EXAMINATION OF ANIMAL SLAUGHTER PRODUCTS IN INFECTIOUS
- NOSOLOGICAL FORMS OF KIDNEY PATHOLOGY. GLOMERULAR DISEASES. GENERAL INFORMATION
Glomerular (glomerular) diseases are the cause of very serious problems in nephrology. For example, chronic glomerulonephritis is one of the most common causes of chronic renal failure. Pathological changes in the glomeruli can occur under the influence of various factors, as well as with systemic diseases. Autoimmune diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus, vascular pathology - hypertension and
- Diseases caused by the 4th type of immunopathological reactions. Immunopathogenesis. Nosological forms of diseases
The 4th type of immunopathological reactions is associated with a delayed-type hypersensitivity reaction - HRT, i.e. with reactions of type 1 T-helpers and HRT T-effectors. In this case, type IV reactions occur no earlier than 12 hours. The prototype of this form of response is a tuberculin test, still used in the clinic of infectious diseases. Sequence of events leading to
- VBERTERIARY AND SANITARY EXAMINATION OF PRODUCTS OF SLAUGHTER OF HOME AND WILD ANIMALS, HOME AND WILD BIRDS IN INFECTIOUS DISEASES
VBERTERIARY AND SANITARY EXAMINATION OF PRODUCTS OF SLAUGHTER OF HOME AND WILD ANIMALS, HOME AND WILD BIRDS AT INFECTIOUS
- Diseases caused by immune complexes (type 3 immunopathological reactions). Characterization of immunocomplex inflammation. Nosological forms of diseases.
The 3rd type of immunopathological reactions develops according to the immunocomplex mechanism. In this case, the accumulation of circulating immune complexes, the CEC, occurs in small capillaries. The conditions for the development of the immunocomplex mechanism of immunopathology are: 1) the presence of a long (chronic) infectious process, involving the constant flow of antigens into the blood, 2) the predominance
- CLINICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTIC, PSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILE AND QUALITY OF LIFE IN PATIENTS WITH ULCER DISEASES OF COMPLICATED AND UNCOMPLICATED COURSE
The problem of peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum currently remains relevant - about 7% of the adult population suffers from gastroduodenal ulcers (Sonnenberg F. et al, 1998). The current stage is characterized by significant successes in the study of various aspects of the etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis and therapy of peptic ulcer (YAB). This is primarily due to
- GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT INFECTIOUS DISEASES. CONDITIONS OF THE ORIGIN AND DISTRIBUTION OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES, GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF THEIR PREVENTION
The emergence and spread of various microbial diseases is due to the fact that some microbes under certain conditions can acquire the properties of pathogens. These are the so-called pathogenic microorganisms. Pathogenic microorganisms can cause various diseases, including infectious ones. It is known that pathogenic microorganisms are characterized by strict specificity, i.e.
- Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases.
Infection is the introduction and reproduction of pathogens in the body of humans and animals, accompanied by a complex of reactive processes. An infectious process is an interaction or struggle between a macroorganism (human, animal) and a pathogenic microorganism. The epidemic process is the occurrence and spread of infectious diseases among people. is he
- Diseases of the nervous system. Diseases accompanied by an increase in intracranial pressure. Cerebrovascular disease. Cerebral infarction. Spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage. Infectious lesions of the central nervous system. Alzheimer's disease. Multiple sclerosis.
1. The earliest changes in neurons during blood flow arrest 1. cytolysis 4. microvacuolization 2. tigrolysis 5. wrinkling of neurons 3. hyperchromatosis 2. The most common causes of cerebral infarction 1. stenotic atherosclerosis 2. thromboembolism 3. true polycythemia 4. thrombosis 5. embolism fatty with a fracture of the tubular bones 3. Cerebral edema of the cytotoxic type occurs at 1.
- INFECTIOUS AND PARASITIC DISEASES
Infection is a biological phenomenon, the essence of which is the introduction and reproduction of harmful prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms in the human body with the subsequent development of various forms of interaction - from asymptomatic carriage of invading organisms to severe disease. In practical medicine, the term "infection" refers to an infectious disease, or infectious