Such, in brief, is a summary of the news of the week concerning the foot-and-mouth disease outbreaks in the States.
Hog cholera, foot-and-mouth disease, smallpox, and others belong to this group.
That there is foot-and-mouth disease in Argentina is undoubted.
In foot-and-mouth disease no visible lesions seem necessary to permit the localization of the unknown infective agent.
It is the general belief that an animal will not take the foot-and-mouth disease twice.
Some diseases are common both to the cow and to man, such as tuberculosis, foot-and-mouth disease.
Dr. Paaren, dispatched to Effingham county by the Governor, reports the trouble there not foot-and-mouth disease.
Canada is entirely free from rinderpest, pleuro-pneumonia and foot-and-mouth disease.
Man is susceptible to foot-and-mouth disease, but it never appears during the frequent epidemics of scarlatina.
Disease was unknown; the lung disease, the foot-and-mouth disease, are comparatively recent importations.
foot-and-mouth disease n.
An acute, highly contagious degenerative viral disease of cattle and other cloven-hoofed animals, characterized by fever and the eruption of vesicles around the mouth and hoofs. Also called hoof-and-mouth disease.
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A highly contagious disease of cattle and other hoofed animals caused by any of various viruses of the family Picornaviridae and the genus Aphthovirus , characterized by fever and the presence of blisters around the mouth and hooves.