The diagnosis and treatment of bovine genital ureaplasmosis: a case study
Gummow, B., Staley, G.P., and Gouws, J.J. (1992) The diagnosis and treatment of bovine genital ureaplasmosis: a case study. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association, 63 (3). pp. 128-131.
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An outbreak of granular vulvitis and ulcerative posthitis in 24-month-old virgin Bonsmara heifers and bulls is reported. Ureaplasma was isolated locally from all the clinically infected cattle. There was marked clinical improvement within 3 d of the commencement of a 5 d course of tylosin administered intramuscularly at 10 mg kg-1. Ureaplasma could not be cultured from the external genitalia of either heifers or bulls following clinical recovery. Details of the Ureaplasma culture media are given.
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