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Title: A Case Report on Clinical Management of Lumpy Skin Disease in Bull at Chattogram,CVASU
Authors: Adwaita Borman
Issue Date: Sep-2020
Publisher: Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Chattogram-4225, Bangladesh
Abstract: This paper reports a clinical management of lumpy skin disease in bull. A local breed bull with the complaint of nodular eruptions on different body parts was presented to Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Sciences University in October 2, 2019. A thorough physical examination was transpired that the bull was feverish with rectal body temperature of 104°F and had flare-up of small to large sized circumscribed nodules on different body parts and the neck area in particular. Besides, there was lameness, swelling of both pre-scapular and pre-femoral lymph nodes. Based on the history, clinical findings and the case was confirmed as lumpy skin disease. The case was managed vigorously with combination therapy and interestingly the bull was recovered and sold.
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