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Vesicular Stomatitis

APHIS Factsheet Veterinary Services March 2007 Vesicular Stomatitis Vesicular stomatitis is a viral disease that primarily affects cattle, horses, and swine and occasiona lly sheep, goats, llamas, and alpacas.

Q 55 - Investigation of Vesicular Rashes

INVESTIGATION OF VESICULAR RASHES Issue no: 2 Issue date: 06.07.09 Issued by: Standards Unit, Department for Evaluations, Standards & Training Page 1 of 23 Reference no: QSOP 55i2 This NSM should be used in conjunction with the series of NSMs from the Health Protection Agency www.evaluations ...

Vesicular Stomatitis

Last Updated: June 2006 © 2006 VSTO_F0606 Vesicular Stomatitis What is vesicular stomatitis and what causes it? Vesicular stomatitis (ves-ICK-u-lar st-OO-ma-TIE-tis) is an important viral disease of animals and can infect humans.

CFSPH Technical Disease Fact Sheets

Vesicular Stomatitis Sore Mouth of Cattle and Horses, Indiana Fever Last Updated: January 30, 2008 page 1 of 5 Importance Vesicular stomatitis is an important livestock disease endemic in the Americas.

SWINE VESICULAR DISEASE

1 SWINE VESICULAR DISEASE Aetiology Epidemiology Diagnosis Prevention and Control References AETIOLOGY Classification of the causative agent Swine vesicular disease (SVD) is classified as a pig enterovirus, in the family Picornaviridae.

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Acute, Generalized Vesicular or Pustular Rash Illness Testing Protocol in the United States Introduction Protocol” (circumstances. It has been desiacute, generalized vesicular or puThis protocol has been developed to illustrawww.bt.cdc.gov/agent/smallpox/diagnosis/riskalgorithm

Ch04: Ulcerative, Vesicular, and Bullous Lesions

50 50 4 ▼ U LCERATIVE ,V ESICULAR , AND B ULLOUS L ESIONS M ARTIN S. G REENBERG , DDS A clinician attempting to diagnose an ulcerative or vesiculobul-lous disease ofthe mouth is confronted with the fact that many diseases have a similar clinical appearance.

VESICULAR STOMATITIS

1 VESICULAR STOMATITIS Aetiology Epidemiology Diagnosis Prevention and Control References AETIOLOGY Classification of the causative agent Vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) is a member of the family Rhabdoviridae, genus Vesiculovirus .

Evaluating Patients With Acute Generalized Vesicular or ...

Slides and Notes: "Evaluating Patients With Acute Generalized Vesicular or Pustular Rash Illnesses" (continued from previous page) Slide 2 Need for a Diagnostic Algorithm?

Vesicular Stomatitis

Vesicular Stomatitis John H. Kirk, DVM, MPVM Extension Veterinarian School of Veterinary Medicine University of California Davis Tulare, CA Vesicular Stomatitis has appeared again in New Mexico, Colorado and Texas.