By C.D.N. Singh
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Animals whose resistance has been lowered by cold rains or wet conditions are usually affected by pasteurellosis. Occasionally type 4(D) and type E also cause pasteurellosis in cattle. , even upto 6 hours) or it may last over 3 to 6 days. A less rapid course may be seen in the infected animals and pasteurellae may be found in the nasopharynx and healthy animals may remain as carriers. The pasteurellae are gram negative bipolar organisms as seen in the blood films stained by Leishman's or Gram's stain.
Congenital tuberculosis is found in calves produced by cows infected with tuberculous metritis. Bulls suffering from TB of penis, testicle or epididymis may infect the healthy cows during service. Infected cows may also spread TB to bulls. Cutaneous infection of TB rarely occurs. Generalisation of tuberculosis occurs due to spread of tubercle bacilli by blood to different sites or organs in the body. TB lesions can develop in the different organs like lungs, liver, kidneys and spleen to produce what is termed as generalized tuberculosis.
Such intramammary tubes contain ampicillin and strepto-penicillin with cortisone etc. If the bacteria are susceptible to such antibiotics, recovery takes place. Administration of antibiotics maintains high level in plasma and milk and it is always advisable to adopt local treatment alwongwith parenteral administration of antibiotics. It is usually helpful to have application of similar kind of antibiotics in the udder and in the body by parenteral route. For controlling mastitis in herd, it is proper to adopt hygienic measures and avoid contamination or infection of udder with yeast or fungi.