Advanced Pathology and Treatment of Diseases of Domestic by C.D.N. Singh

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Leptospi rosis A bacterial disease of man and animals caused by organisms of the genus Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae. L. canicola are the organisms affecting dogs. L. pomona and L. grippohJphosa (bovis) infect cattle and swine etc. Several other serotypes of Leptospira spp. have also been identified. The organisms may be single, helical, flexuous or hooked. They may have also curved ends. The important types of leptospirosis are canine leptospirosis, bovine leptospirosis and procine leptospirosis.

Newly born calves must be fed colostrum within first twelve hours of life. The calves should have milk at the rate of 10% of body weight till the attainment of the age of three months. The calves may be given 2 kg of colostrum depending upon their weights. This practice imparts passive immunity to the newly born calves. For successful treatment of colibacillosis, important precautions to be kept in one's mind are alteration in the diet of the calves, fluids, and intestinal protectants antimicrobial therapy and proper management of the infected 23 Advanced Pathology and Treatment of Diseases of Domestic Animals animals.

These giant cells measure about 50 ~ in diameter and their nuclei are arranged like a wreath or crescent at the periphery of pale acidophilic cytopla~m. (Fig. ) Other inflammatory cells like lymphocytes also appear at the scene of infections called infectious granulomata and the whole lesion, later, gets encapsulated by connective tissue. , but no calcification is seen in birds 46 Bacterial Diseases like chickens. A tubercle may exist as a mass of fibrous or hyaline scar tissue in the case of destruction of the invading tubercle bacilli.

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