coronitis

coronitis

dermatitis of the skin at the coronet of the hooves; a cause of lameness. Because of the implications of vesicular disease any animal with coronitis must receive an oral examination. The lesions may be vesicles, erosions or granuloma.
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The common diseases prevalent in all the three study species of equines included: abrasions, allergic dermatitis, anorexia, bone spavin, breast gall, bronchitis, colic due to flatus, contusion, coronitis, debility, hoof crack, muscular pain, saddle gall, Escherichia (E.
However, during investigation of an outbreak of acute coronitis and ulcerative stomatitis among cattle at a dairy farm in the northern Sacramento Valley in California in August 2010, a blood sample from a heifer was found by using described methods (10) to be positive for BTV by serogroup-specific quantitative reverse transcription PCR (qRT-PCR) but negative by serotype-specific qRT-PCRs for BTV-10, 11, 13, and 17.
Algunos de los sintomas que produce son edema, coronitis que da lugar a cojera, ulceras en mucosas y encias y cianosis de la lengua, lo que le da el nombre debido a la tonalidad azulada de la misma.