2 edition of Photosensitization in diseases of domestic animals found in the catalog.
Photosensitization in diseases of domestic animals
Norman Trevor Clare
by Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux
Written in English
|Series||Commonwealth Bureau of Animal Healh review series;no 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||58|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Clare, N.T. Photosensitization in diseases of domestic animals. Farnham Royal [Eng.] Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux .
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Photosensitization is an increased susceptibility of skin to damage caused by ultraviolet light. Agents that cause the hypersensitivity include a variety of plant compounds, aberrant pigments, and compounds that accumulate after aberrant hepatic metabolism.
Affected animals are photophobic and develop skin bullae, ulcers, and necrosis. Photosensitization and Lysosomal Damage. in Photosensitisation in Diseases of Domestic Animals (Commonwealth Agric H. F., in Photodynamic Action and Diseases caused by Light (Hafner.
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The section encompasses the immunology, microbiology (including fungal and rickettsial), virology, vaccinology, and epidemiology of animal. Photosensitive chemicals are usually ingested but in some cases exposure may be by contact.
Animals with a lack of pigment are more susceptible to the disease. Three types of photosensitization occur: primary, secondary or hepatogenous, and aberrant. Mmm LC,one of the most widely distributedruminant mycoplasmas,may cause mastitis,arthritis,pleurisy,pneumonia,anismi s mostly confinedtogoatsbut hasoccasionally beenisolatedfrom sheepwith sually occur sporadically, arturition.
For instance, more than half a million sheep have been reported to be photosensitized in a severe outbreak of geeldikkop, a photosensitization associated with ingestion of the plant Tribulus terrestris in South Africa (Steyn, ).
In some years in some flocks in Norway, up to 30 to 50% of the lambs will suffer from alveld, a photosensitization occurring after ingestion of Narthecium ossifragum. Animals with a lack of pigment are more susceptible to the disease.
Three types of photosensitization occur: primary, secondary or hepatogenous, and aberrant. Primary photosensitization is related to plant pigments or drugs such as phenothiazine, sulfonamides, or tetracyclines.
Photosensitisation in stock Dr Sarah Robson Regional Animal Health Leader, Animal & Plant Biosecurity, Wagga Wagga What is photosensitisation. Photosensitisation is an ailment in which the skin becomes abnormally sensitive to bright sunlight after stock have eaten certain toxic plants.
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Natural and artificial selection processes in domestic animals play crucial roles in maintaining the flexibility of animal genetic resources in facing local environment constraints. In livestock ruminants, skin photosensitization, caused by the ingestion of toxic plants, is relatively common and affects animal production.
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