Outbreak of dermatophilosis in a horse herd in israel

Zentralblatt für Veterinärmedizin. Reihe A
I YeruhamO Egozi

Abstract

A retrospective study of an outbreak of dermatophilosis in a herd of 18 adult horses and 13 foals, in Israel, is presented. To the best of our knowledge this is the first time such an outbreak has been reported from a country in the Mediterranean climatic zone. This outbreak might be associated with exposure of the horses to water and humidity as a result of excessive rainfall in November 1994, as well as intensive washing of the horses and a long period spent by the animals in a marshy manege.

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Jun 15, 2011·Tropical Animal Health and Production·Azizollah Khodakaram-TaftiMahmoud Ardiyan
Aug 4, 2016·Veterinary Dermatology·Linda A FrankEllie Weyant

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