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Title: Outbreak of Lumphy skin disease in cattle at Muktagachha Upazilla, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.
Authors: ali, Md. Musa
Keywords: Outbreak, Fatality, Mortality, Higher, Incidence, Bangladesh
Issue Date: Sep-2020
Publisher: Chattogram Veterinary and Animal Science University
Abstract: Lumpy skin disease is known as a significant disease affecting cattle of many parts of the world including Bangladesh. A recent outbreak was reported from different parts of Bangladesh including Muktagachha Upazila under Mymensingh divison for the first time in the last quarter of 2019. This investigation was carried out to know the outbreak scenario of the disease in Muktagachha Upazila. LSD outbreak were reported at the Upazila level during July to December, 2019. A total of 847 cases were recorded including 5 recorded deaths attributed to LSD. The total morbidity, mortality and case fatality rates were 6.8%, 0.039% and 5.4% , respectively. Ten unions under Muktagachha Upazila experienced outbreaks of LSD in 2019. Higher incidence of LSD outbreaks was reported in August to October 2019 while the lower incidence was reported in November to December.2019.
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