AVM volume 2, issue 1, P55-63 2009 DOI: 10.46784/e-avm.v2i1.212 View full text
Ivan Pušić, Dušan Lalošević, Dejan Bugarski, Jasna Prodanov, Živoslav Grgić, Miroslav Urošević, Diana Lupulović

Abstract: Bovine tuberculosis caused by Mycobacterium bovis is a chronicle, infective disease associated with formation of specific inflammatory granulomas. Infection usually remains subclinical for a long period, but even when the clinical are present, they are not pathognomic. Bovine tuberculosis can spread to humans through inhalation of infectious droplets and by ingestion of raw milk, and on the rare occasion through consumption of meat products. Since the disease remains a great economic concern for cattle product…

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