Thus in England actinomycosis of the tongue is most prevalent.
In 1906 we discovered the existence of actinomycosis among the black mountain sheep of northern British Columbia.
When it affects the lower jaw, in its early stages, actinomycosis may closely simulate a periosteal sarcoma.
Bollinger determined that the Actinomyces bovis (Streptothrix bovis) is the cause of actinomycosis in cattle in 1877.
The primary infection of glanders and of actinomycosis may also occur on the face.
In actinomycosis the adjacent lymphatic glands are not involved.
actinomycosis may in some cases be confounded with tuberculosis.
actinomycosis, a disease of a fungous nature on the mouth and lower jaw of cows.
The cows are known to be free from tuberculosis, actinomycosis (lumpy jaw), and foot and mouth disease.
actinomycosis of the tongue, in interfering with the many and varied movements of this important organ, is also a serious matter.
actinomycosis ac·ti·no·my·co·sis (āk'tə-nō-mī-kō'sĭs)
An inflammatory disease of cattle, hogs, and sometimes humans, caused by microorganisms of the genus Actinomyces and characterized by lumpy tumors of the mouth, neck, chest, and abdomen.