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On Rose Fever of Cattle

, : On Rose Fever of Cattle. Maanedsskrift for Dyrlaeger. Copenhagen -20. 31: 321-23

The so-called "rose fever" of cattle is an acute but usually a transient and not fatal disease that generally attacks animals on pastures in spring or early summer. It causes extensive oedema, especially on the eyelids, muzzle and lower jaw and often also on the udder and the region of the anus, etc. The cause of it has hitherto not been understood, and it has often been attributed to mistakes in feeding.


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