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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
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?

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