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summer

said of diseases that are most prevalent during summer months.

summer bleeding
see parafilariamultipapillosa.
summer conjunctivitis
see equine seasonal conjunctivitis.
summer cypress
summer dermatitis, summer eczema
see sweet itch.
summer flower
summer grass
digitariasanguinalis.
summer itch
see sweet itch.
summer mange
summer mastitis
a severe suppurative mastitis affecting dry cows and heifers at pasture; likely to cause the loss of the quarter and a severe clinical illness. Caused by Arcanobacterium pyogenes, Streptococcus dysgalactiae and anaerobic gram positive cocci. Teat end contamination by flies is believed important in transmission.s. slump chronic form of poisoning by festucaarundinacea manifested by severe weight loss and severe abdominal fat necrosis.
summer snuffles
is an acute rhinitis of cows characterized by sneezing, purulent nasal discharge, dyspnea. It occurs when pasture is in flower and is thought to be allergic. May be the initial stage of enzootic nasal granuloma.
summer sores
see sweet itch, swamp cancer.

Patient discussion about summer

Q. What are some things that I can do to deal with ADHD during the summer? I just found out at the end of last school (university) year that I have ADHD. I'm not taking classes now and am working on my parent’s farm for the summer. I am especially concerned with my social troubles, but do not have any access to social situations here (REALLY small town and all the people my age are gone for summer -- plus I've never really had any friends to start with). What are some things that I can do now to make next year better?

A. just being aware of who you are looking for help is a great first step.
What are some of the ways that you think you have social troubles?

More discussions about summer
References in classic literature ?
The summer house itself, so airy and so broken, is like one of those old tales, imperfectly remembered; and these living branches of the Baldwin apple tree, thrusting so rudely in, are like your unwarrantable interpolations.
Welland rather tartly pointed out, it was hardly worth while for May to have worn herself out trying on summer clothes in Paris if she was not to be allowed to wear them; and this argument was of a kind to which Archer had as yet found no answer.
Passing from the lapse of the summer months at Venice, to the lapse of the summer months in Ireland, it is next to be recorded that Mrs.
Keep that redheaded girl of yours in the open air all summer and don't let her read books until she gets more spring into her step.
The summer went by and the Four Sisters didn't come back.
As the height of the plane of perpetual snow seems chiefly to be determined by the extreme heat of the summer, rather than by the mean temperature of the year, we ought not to be surprised at its descent in the Strait of Magellan, where the summer is so cool, to only 3500 or 4000 feet above the level of the sea; although in Norway, we must travel to between lat.
I planted about two acres and a half of upland; and as it was only about fifteen years since the land was cleared, and I myself had got out two or three cords of stumps, I did not give it any manure; but in the course of the summer it appeared by the arrowheads which I turned up in hoeing, that an extinct nation had anciently dwelt here and planted corn and beans ere white men came to clear the land, and so, to some extent, had exhausted the soil for this very crop.
Indeed, so little did it enter my head to even use the place in summer, that I submitted to weeks of seaside life with all its horrors every year; until at last, in the early spring of last year, having come down for the opening of the village school, and wandering out afterwards into the bare and desolate garden, I don't know what smell of wet earth or rotting leaves brought back my childhood with a rush and all the happy days I had spent in a garden.
You must remember, sir," said she, "a young fellow, whose name was Summer.
My heart on which my summer burneth, my short, hot, melancholy, over-happy summer: how my summer heart longeth for thy coolness!
Konstantin Levin was very glad to have him, especially as he did not expect his brother Nikolay that summer.
I'm thinking of taking to it again, next summer, though.