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Definition of the noun agalactia
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- a condition in which milk is not secreted in the mother's breasts after her child has been delivered
Alternative definition of the noun agalactia
- The failure of a mother to produce sufficient milk following childbirth
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Clinical Veterinary Advisor (2010)
The Horse by David Wilson
COMMENTS Agalactia is the most sensitive indicator of ergopeptine alkaloid exposure in. Esophageal. Cysts,. Intramural. horses. Signs of hyperthermic or gangrenous ergotism are rarely seen in horses.
by Rhea V. Morgan
Pseudocyesis Pyometra Complex Subinvolution of Placental Sites in Dogs Testicular Tumors in Dogs Uterine Prolapse Vaginal Edema in Dogs Vaginitis in Dogs BASIC INFORMATION Description Agalactia is the absence of milk secretion.
Keeping a Small-Scale Herd for Pleasure and Profit by Arie Mcfarlen
Agalactia is a loss ...
by Thomas P. Colville
Agalactia is a Commercially produced milk ...
by Carlton L. Gyles, John F. Prescott, J. Glenn Songer, Charles O. Thoen
Contagious agalactia is a syndrome inlactating sheep and goats caused by M. agalactiae.
Being a Manual of Bovine Pathology; Especially Adapted for the Use of Veterinary Practitioners and Students by John Henry Steel
Agalactia is the non-production of milk in consequence either of atrophy of the mammary gland, which results from inflammation, or of debility of the system in general. In the former case it is incurable, in the latter, by judicious feeding with ...
Everything You Need to Know Explained Simply by Carlotta Cooper
Agalactia is a lack of milk. A shot of oxytocin will help stimulate the milk production. Do not attempt more than two injections of 1 or 2 cubic centimeters in a day. If you have one sow that has delivered a good number of pigs and one that has ...
Ruminant by Scott R. R. Haskell
r Agalactia is a clinical sign characterized by the absence of milk secretion, or the inability of a dam to lactate after parturition. r Hypogalactia refers to an abrupt reduction in the normal amount of milk produced, and the term “dysgalactia” is ...
Equine Emergencies E-Book (2012)
Treatment and Procedures by James A. Orsini, Thomas J. Divers
Agalactia • Agalactia is a failure of the mammary gland to produce milk or colostrum after parturition. • The condition must be differentiated from the inability of the mare to “let milk down” after foaling or delayed lactation reported to occur in ...
A Manual for Development Workers by C. P. Peacock
Contagious agalactia Contagious agalactia is a disease caused by Mycoplasma agalactia. The disease may be seen in acute and sub-acute forms. The most common form is sub-acute, when mastitis develops and milk production declines.
Pathologic Basis of Veterinary Disease by James F. Zachary, M. Donald McGavin
Agalactia is a failure of milk production and is rare. It is one of the manifestations of caprine arthritis and encephalitis virus (CAEV) infection in goats and maedi- visna virus infection ofewes. The udders are hard, thus it is called hard udder and ...
by Christopher Chase, Kaitlyn Lutz, Erica McKenzie, Ahmed Tibary
OVERVIEW r Agalactia is a clinical sign characterized by the absence of milk secretion, or the inability of a dam to lactate after parturition. r Hypogalactia refers to an abrupt reduction in the normal amount of milk produced, and the term ...
by William Symington Brown
Agalactia is the normal state in virgins, sterile women, old women, and men ; and the presence of milk in the breasts of either would be abnormal, although several such cases in all four classes have been chronicled by reliable observers, ...
Veterinary Journal (1903)
Contagious agalactia is a constitutional disease peculiar to the goat and ewe, complicated with local manifestations in the eye, udder, and joints, and on this account it has been classed by certain observers as epizootic or rheumatoid arthritis.
Farmers' Bulletin (1934)
Incidentally, agalactia is a symptom often seen in rabies in the cow. Treatment.- — The animal, if a heifer, should first be. 1 See Farmers' Bulletin 1675, Care of Milk Utensils on the Farm. UDDER DISEASES OF DAIRY COWS 13 Ropy milk ...
Hobby Farm Animals (2015)
A Comprehensive Guide to Raising Chickens, Ducks, Rabbits, Goats, Pigs, Sheep, and Cattle by Sue Weaver, Ann Larkin Hansen, Cherie Langlois, Arie Mcfarlen, Chris McLaughlin
Agalactia is a loss of milk production. These illnesses do not always follow each other or happen as a syndrome; each can appear onits own for various reasons. The key to good milk production and the health of the sow during and after ...
by Christine Ammer
True total agalactia is a rare condition. When the quantity of milk secreted is smaller than desired, the condition usually can be corrected by more frequent stimulation of the breasts by suckling. See also BREAST-FEEDING; LACTATION. age, ...
Veterinary Medicine (2016)
A textbook of the diseases of cattle, horses, sheep, pigs and goats by Peter D. Constable, Kenneth W Hinchcliff, Stanley H. Done, Walter Gruenberg
ETIOLOGY Contagious agalactia is a disease of sheep and goats, particularly those used for milk production. M. agalactiae is the main causal agent in sheep and goats, but M. mycoides subsp. capri and M. capricolum subsp. capricolum ...
by Frank Moore Colby, Talcott Williams
Agalactia is a contagious disease in sheep and goats, characterized by inflammatory foci in the mammary gland, eyes, and articulations. The disease has been known since 1S16 and is especially frequent in Italy, France, and Spain.
Agalactia. Partial or complete absence of milk, or milk flow, from the udder. It can be the result of diseases including infections especially with pyrexia or of pain in the udder or elsewhere or 'emotional' problems such as weaning. Where this is ...
Agalactia. Partial or complete absence of milk, or milk flow, from the udder. It can be the result...
Agalactia,. Contagious. This is a disease of goats especially, and sheep less commonly, characterised by inflammatory lesions in the udder, eyes, ...
by Robert Alan Lewis
agalactia (agalactosis). la: the absence or near absence of milk in the breast after parturition. 2: failure to secrete milk following birthing. Agalactia may occur in swine as a result of post- farrowing shock. agalactorrbea.
A New Medical Dictionary (1817)
Containing an Explanation of the Terms in Anatomy, Physiology ... and the Various Branches of Natural Philosophy Connected with Medicine by Robert Hooper
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by David A. Bender
agalactia Failure of the mother to secrete enough milk to feed a suckling infant. agar Gracilaria Dried spp.; extracts a partially from various soluble seaweeds, non-starch including polysaccharide ...
by UN Panda
Agalactia Absence of milk in the breasts after child birth. Agammaglobulinemia A condition characterized by 1. A lack or extremely low levels, of gamma globulin in the blood (and lymphoid tissue) 2. Defective formation of antibody and.
by John Henry Clarke
— Agalactia. Alopecia. Climaxis. Dysmenorrhoea. Fibroma. Galactorrhoea. Headache, menstrual. Masturbation. Menorrhagia, at climaxN. Menstruation, excessive ; vicarious. Nails, affections of.
agalactia/ā′glak′sh/ [Gk a + gala, not milk] , ...
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