Degnala in buffaloes

Forum: Degnala Disease in Buffalo

Published on: 08/04/2012
Author/s : Laxman Ghimire,B.V.Sc. & A.H., 9th Semester, Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science (IAAS), Nepal
History, clinical signs and diagnosis A female buffalo of 8-year-old age from Phulbari-3, Chitwan, Nepal was reported to have alopecia and sloughing of tail. According to the farmer the animal had gradually lost its appetite for several days back and similar was the body condition. On clinical examination, we found 102° F temperature, alopecia and sloughing of tail, alopecia around the ear, g...
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August 4, 2012

Quite Informative article about Degnala Disease in Buffalo.

January 30, 2017
Thanks for study about Degnala it helps we for dignos and treatment
Rajeev Singh Rajeev Singh
M.V.Sc. in veterinary public health
February 13, 2017
Feeding of mouldy feed sb stopped immediately. One good liver tonic sb prescribed for 15 days alongwith a broad spectrum antibiotic and one shot of ivermectin.
May 17, 2018

Circular rings in tail, no other symptoms. Is it daganella?

July 12, 2021
How did you diagnose the disease by culture of skin screpping if only the toxin is responsible for it?
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