P H Phillips

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In an outbreak of Mycobacterium bovis infection in fallow deer in South Australia, 3 herds related by recent movement of deer were infected. From these 3 infected herds, 47 of 51 animals were tuberculosis at necropsy. A range of lesions was seen most of which differed from classical bovine tuberculosis in that pus was a white liquid, fibrous encapsulation(More)