Bovine granular vulvitis associated with ureaplasma infection.

@article{Doig1979BovineGV,
  title={Bovine granular vulvitis associated with ureaplasma infection.},
  author={Paul A Doig and H. L. Ruhnke and Alex L. MacKay and Nigel C. Palmer},
  journal={The Canadian veterinary journal = La revue veterinaire canadienne},
  year={1979},
  volume={20 4},
  pages={89-94}
}
A granular vulvitis syndrome associated with ureaplasma infection was first recognized in Ontario dairy herds in 1972. The acute form of the disease was characterized by a purulent vulvar discharge, an inflamed hyperemic vulvar mucosa and varying degrees of granularity. In the chronic form, there was an absence of a purulent discharge and a gradual decline in the severity of the hyperemia and granularity. Epithelial inclusion cysts were observed in the vulvar epithelium of approximately 10% of… CONTINUE READING
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