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CASEOUS LYMPHADENITIS IN GOATS

@inproceedings{Ivanovi2009CASEOUSLI,
  title={CASEOUS LYMPHADENITIS IN GOATS},
  author={S. Ivanovi and M. Žuti and Ivan Pavlovi and M. Žujovi},
  year={2009}
}
Caseous lymphadenitis is a chronic disease of lymph nodes in goats and sheep, sometimes in humans. A cause is Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis. The disease is manifested with development of abscesses, mostly in superficial lymph nodes. If disease is not generalized, general condition of animal does not need to be changed. This disease can influence big economic losses. Removing of muscle tissue with changed lymph nodes can cause damage of goat leather and its economic value could be quite… 

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