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Common Diseases of Farm Animals

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Author: R.A. Craig
Published: 1915
Language: English
Wordcount: 88,684 / 278 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 45.3
LoC Category: Q
Downloads: 2,773
mnybks.net#: 1940
Genres: Science, Non-fiction
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mily may inherit a predisposition to disease through the faulty or insufficient development of an organ or group of organs. The different species of animals are affected by diseases peculiar to that particular species. The horse is the only species that is affected with azoturia. Glanders affects solipeds, while black leg is a disease peculiar to cattle.

QUESTIONS

1. What is disease?

2. How are diseases classified? Give an example of the different classes.

3. What is a predisposing cause? Exciting cause?

4. Name the different predisposing and exciting causes of disease.


CHAPTER II

DIAGNOSIS AND SYMPTOMS OF DISEASE

The importance of recognizing or diagnosing the seat and nature of the morbid change occurring in an organ or group of organs cannot be overestimated. Laymen do not comprehend the difficulty or importance of correctly grouping the signs or symptoms of disease in such a way as to enable them to recognize the nature of the disease. In o

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