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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.
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.
see bovine footrot.
see oral necrobacillosis.
see ruminal necrobacillosis.