necrobacillosis


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nec·ro·bac·il·lo·sis

(nek'rō-bas-il-ō'sis),
Any disease with which the bacterium Fusobacterium necrophorum is associated.

necrobacillosis

/nec·ro·bac·il·lo·sis/ (nek″ro-bas″ĭ-lo´sis) infection of animals with Fusobacterium necrophorum.

necrobacillosis

(nek″rō-bas″ĭ-lō′sĭs) [ necr- + bacillosis]
Any of several infections with Fusobacterium necrophorum that affect farm animals.

necrobacillosis

tissue damage, especially in liver, caused by infection by Fusobacterium necrophorum. Manifested usually as areas of necrosis, occasionally as cellulitis or phlegmon. The pus has a characteristic rotting odor. See also hepatic abscess.

interdigital necrobacillosis
see bovine footrot.
oral necrobacillosis
see oral necrobacillosis.
ruminal necrobacillosis
see ruminal necrobacillosis.
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There you learn that Lemierre's syndrome, also known as necrobacillosis, is septic thrombophlebitis of the jugular vein.
Most notably, Alston described 21 cases of classic Lemierre's syndrome in his review of 280 cases of necrobacillosis that had been published in the world literature between 1933 and 1955.
6) In the same year, Eykyn commented on 45 cases of necrobacillosis in England and Wales, 29 of which exhibited the clinical characteristics of Lemierre's syndrome.
Moreover, another 29 patients were described in two series that examined necrobacillosis and septic internal jugular vein thrombosis, but insufficient data preclude these patients from consideration in this study.
Incidence and clinical epidemiology of necrobacillosis, including Lemierre's syndrome, in Denmark 1990-1995.
Moose are affected in certain parts of the world by a variety of infectious agents, such as anthrax, rinderpest, necrobacillosis, and foot and mouth disease, which is contracted by coming into contact with reindeer.