Special Report on Diseases of Cattle
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Special Report on Diseases of Cattle

By M. R. (Milton R.) Trumbower, James Law, A. J. (Alexander James) Murray, Leonard Pearson, Brayton Howard Ransom, John R. (John Robbins) Mohler, A. (Adolph) Eichhorn, V. T. (Vickers T.) Atkinson, United States. Bureau of Animal Industry, C. Dwight (Charles Dwight) Marsh, Dr. (William) Dickson, Dr. (William Herbert) Lowe, Dr. (Benjamin Tilghman) Woodward, Richard W. (Richard West) Hickman
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  • U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
    • BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.
    • J. R. Mohler, Chief Of Bureau.
    • SPECIAL REPORT
      • ON
    • ON
  • DISEASES OF CATTLE.
    • BY
    • Drs. ATKINSON, DICKSON, EICHHORN, HICKMAN, LAW, LOWE, MARSH, MOHLER, MURRAY, PEARSON, RANSOM, TRUMBOWER, and WOODWARD.
      • REVISED EDITION, 1923.
    • REVISED EDITION, 1923.
    • CONTENTS.
    • ILLUSTRATIONS.
      • PLATES.
      • TEXT FIGURES.
    • PLATES.
    • TEXT FIGURES.
    • SPECIAL REPORT
      • ON
    • ON
  • DISEASES OF CATTLE
    • ADMINISTRATION OF MEDICINES.
    • DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
      • [Revised by R.W. Hickman, V. M. D.]
        • CHARACTER OF FEEDS AND FEEDING.
        • DISEASES OF THE MOUTH.
        • DISEASES OF THE PHARYNX AND GULLET.
        • DISEASES OF THE STOMACHS.
        • DISEASES OF THE BOWELS.
        • ENTERITIS (OBSTRUCTION RESULTING FROM INVAGINATION, OR INTUSSUSCEPTION, TWISTING, AND KNOTTING OF THE BOWELS).
        • DISEASES OF THE LIVER AND SPLEEN.
        • DISEASES OF THE PERITONEUM.
      • CHARACTER OF FEEDS AND FEEDING.
      • DISEASES OF THE MOUTH.
      • DISEASES OF THE PHARYNX AND GULLET.
      • DISEASES OF THE STOMACHS.
      • DISEASES OF THE BOWELS.
      • ENTERITIS (OBSTRUCTION RESULTING FROM INVAGINATION, OR INTUSSUSCEPTION, TWISTING, AND KNOTTING OF THE BOWELS).
      • DISEASES OF THE LIVER AND SPLEEN.
      • DISEASES OF THE PERITONEUM.
      • DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
    • [Revised by R.W. Hickman, V. M. D.]
      • CHARACTER OF FEEDS AND FEEDING.
      • DISEASES OF THE MOUTH.
      • DISEASES OF THE PHARYNX AND GULLET.
      • DISEASES OF THE STOMACHS.
      • DISEASES OF THE BOWELS.
      • ENTERITIS (OBSTRUCTION RESULTING FROM INVAGINATION, OR INTUSSUSCEPTION, TWISTING, AND KNOTTING OF THE BOWELS).
      • DISEASES OF THE LIVER AND SPLEEN.
      • DISEASES OF THE PERITONEUM.
    • CHARACTER OF FEEDS AND FEEDING.
    • DISEASES OF THE MOUTH.
    • DISEASES OF THE PHARYNX AND GULLET.
    • DISEASES OF THE STOMACHS.
    • DISEASES OF THE BOWELS.
    • ENTERITIS (OBSTRUCTION RESULTING FROM INVAGINATION, OR INTUSSUSCEPTION, TWISTING, AND KNOTTING OF THE BOWELS).
    • DISEASES OF THE LIVER AND SPLEEN.
    • DISEASES OF THE PERITONEUM.
    • DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
    • POISONS AND POISONING.
      • DEFINITION OF A POISON.
        • SOURCES OF POISONING.
        • THE ACTION OF POISONS.
        • GENERAL SYMPTOMS OF POISONING.
        • GENERAL TREATMENT.
        • MINERAL POISONS.
        • POISONING BY ACIDS.
        • POISONING BY ALKALIES.
        • COAL-OIL POISONING.
        • CARBOLIC-ACID POISONING.
        • SALTPETER POISONING.
        • POISONING BY COMMON SALT.
        • VEGETABLE POISONS.
        • VEGETABLE POISONS USED AS MEDICINE.
        • POISONOUS PLANTS.
        • POISONING BY ANIMAL PRODUCTS.
      • SOURCES OF POISONING.
      • THE ACTION OF POISONS.
      • GENERAL SYMPTOMS OF POISONING.
      • GENERAL TREATMENT.
      • MINERAL POISONS.
      • POISONING BY ACIDS.
      • POISONING BY ALKALIES.
      • COAL-OIL POISONING.
      • CARBOLIC-ACID POISONING.
      • SALTPETER POISONING.
      • POISONING BY COMMON SALT.
      • VEGETABLE POISONS.
      • VEGETABLE POISONS USED AS MEDICINE.
      • POISONOUS PLANTS.
      • POISONING BY ANIMAL PRODUCTS.
    • DEFINITION OF A POISON.
      • SOURCES OF POISONING.
      • THE ACTION OF POISONS.
      • GENERAL SYMPTOMS OF POISONING.
      • GENERAL TREATMENT.
      • MINERAL POISONS.
      • POISONING BY ACIDS.
      • POISONING BY ALKALIES.
      • COAL-OIL POISONING.
      • CARBOLIC-ACID POISONING.
      • SALTPETER POISONING.
      • POISONING BY COMMON SALT.
      • VEGETABLE POISONS.
      • VEGETABLE POISONS USED AS MEDICINE.
      • POISONOUS PLANTS.
      • POISONING BY ANIMAL PRODUCTS.
    • SOURCES OF POISONING.
    • THE ACTION OF POISONS.
    • GENERAL SYMPTOMS OF POISONING.
    • GENERAL TREATMENT.
    • MINERAL POISONS.
    • POISONING BY ACIDS.
    • POISONING BY ALKALIES.
    • COAL-OIL POISONING.
    • CARBOLIC-ACID POISONING.
    • SALTPETER POISONING.
    • POISONING BY COMMON SALT.
    • VEGETABLE POISONS.
    • VEGETABLE POISONS USED AS MEDICINE.
    • POISONOUS PLANTS.
    • POISONING BY ANIMAL PRODUCTS.
    • DISEASES OF THE HEART, BLOOD VESSELS, AND LYMPHATICS.
      • THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM.
        • THE BLOOD.
        • THE PULSE.
        • THE EXAMINATION OF THE HEART.
        • PALPITATION.
        • INJURY TO THE HEART BY FOREIGN BODIES.
        • PERICARDITIS.
        • MYOCARDITIS.
        • ENDOCARDITIS.
        • VALVES OF THE HEART.
        • RUPTURE OF THE HEART.
        • HYPERTROPHY AND DILATATION OF THE HEART.
        • ATROPHY.
        • FATTY DEGENERATION OF THE HEART.
        • CYANOSIS.
        • MISPLACEMENT OF THE HEART.
        • WOUNDS OF ARTERIES AND VEINS.
        • BLEEDING (HEMORRHAGE).
        • ANEURISM.
        • THROMBOSIS (OBSTRUCTION) OF THE ARTERIES.
        • INFLAMMATION OF VEINS (PHLEBITIS).
      • THE BLOOD.
      • THE PULSE.
      • THE EXAMINATION OF THE HEART.
      • PALPITATION.
      • INJURY TO THE HEART BY FOREIGN BODIES.
      • PERICARDITIS.
      • MYOCARDITIS.
      • ENDOCARDITIS.
      • VALVES OF THE HEART.
      • RUPTURE OF THE HEART.
      • HYPERTROPHY AND DILATATION OF THE HEART.
      • ATROPHY.
      • FATTY DEGENERATION OF THE HEART.
      • CYANOSIS.
      • MISPLACEMENT OF THE HEART.
      • WOUNDS OF ARTERIES AND VEINS.
      • BLEEDING (HEMORRHAGE).
      • ANEURISM.
      • THROMBOSIS (OBSTRUCTION) OF THE ARTERIES.
      • INFLAMMATION OF VEINS (PHLEBITIS).
      • DISEASES OF THE HEART, BLOOD VESSELS, AND LYMPHATICS.
    • THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM.
      • THE BLOOD.
      • THE PULSE.
      • THE EXAMINATION OF THE HEART.
      • PALPITATION.
      • INJURY TO THE HEART BY FOREIGN BODIES.
      • PERICARDITIS.
      • MYOCARDITIS.
      • ENDOCARDITIS.
      • VALVES OF THE HEART.
      • RUPTURE OF THE HEART.
      • HYPERTROPHY AND DILATATION OF THE HEART.
      • ATROPHY.
      • FATTY DEGENERATION OF THE HEART.
      • CYANOSIS.
      • MISPLACEMENT OF THE HEART.
      • WOUNDS OF ARTERIES AND VEINS.
      • BLEEDING (HEMORRHAGE).
      • ANEURISM.
      • THROMBOSIS (OBSTRUCTION) OF THE ARTERIES.
      • INFLAMMATION OF VEINS (PHLEBITIS).
    • THE BLOOD.
    • THE PULSE.
    • THE EXAMINATION OF THE HEART.
    • PALPITATION.
    • INJURY TO THE HEART BY FOREIGN BODIES.
    • PERICARDITIS.
    • MYOCARDITIS.
    • ENDOCARDITIS.
    • VALVES OF THE HEART.
    • RUPTURE OF THE HEART.
    • HYPERTROPHY AND DILATATION OF THE HEART.
    • ATROPHY.
    • FATTY DEGENERATION OF THE HEART.
    • CYANOSIS.
    • MISPLACEMENT OF THE HEART.
    • WOUNDS OF ARTERIES AND VEINS.
    • BLEEDING (HEMORRHAGE).
    • ANEURISM.
    • THROMBOSIS (OBSTRUCTION) OF THE ARTERIES.
    • INFLAMMATION OF VEINS (PHLEBITIS).
    • DISEASES OF THE HEART, BLOOD VESSELS, AND LYMPHATICS.
    • NONCONTAGIOUS DISEASES OF THE ORGANS OF RESPIRATION.
      • DIAGNOSIS.
        • CATARRH (COLD IN THE HEAD).
        • EPISTAXIS (BLEEDING FROM THE NOSE).
        • LARYNGITIS (SORE THROAT).
        • BRONCHITIS.
        • PLEURISY.
        • PNEUMONIA.
        • EMPHYSEMA (HEAVES).
        • PULMONARY CONGESTION.
        • HEMOPTYSIS.
        • ABSCESS OF THE LUNG.
        • HYDROTHORAX.
        • PNEUMOTHORAX.
        • VERMINOUS BRONCHITIS.
        • PLEURODYNIA.
      • CATARRH (COLD IN THE HEAD).
      • EPISTAXIS (BLEEDING FROM THE NOSE).
      • LARYNGITIS (SORE THROAT).
      • BRONCHITIS.
      • PLEURISY.
      • PNEUMONIA.
      • EMPHYSEMA (HEAVES).
      • PULMONARY CONGESTION.
      • HEMOPTYSIS.
      • ABSCESS OF THE LUNG.
      • HYDROTHORAX.
      • PNEUMOTHORAX.
      • VERMINOUS BRONCHITIS.
      • PLEURODYNIA.
    • DIAGNOSIS.
      • CATARRH (COLD IN THE HEAD).
      • EPISTAXIS (BLEEDING FROM THE NOSE).
      • LARYNGITIS (SORE THROAT).
      • BRONCHITIS.
      • PLEURISY.
      • PNEUMONIA.
      • EMPHYSEMA (HEAVES).
      • PULMONARY CONGESTION.
      • HEMOPTYSIS.
      • ABSCESS OF THE LUNG.
      • HYDROTHORAX.
      • PNEUMOTHORAX.
      • VERMINOUS BRONCHITIS.
      • PLEURODYNIA.
    • CATARRH (COLD IN THE HEAD).
    • EPISTAXIS (BLEEDING FROM THE NOSE).
    • LARYNGITIS (SORE THROAT).
    • BRONCHITIS.
    • PLEURISY.
    • PNEUMONIA.
    • EMPHYSEMA (HEAVES).
    • PULMONARY CONGESTION.
    • HEMOPTYSIS.
    • ABSCESS OF THE LUNG.
    • HYDROTHORAX.
    • PNEUMOTHORAX.
    • VERMINOUS BRONCHITIS.
    • PLEURODYNIA.
    • DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
      • THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE BRAIN AND ITS MEMBRANES (STAGGERS).
        • APOPLEXY.
        • CONGESTION OF THE BRAIN.
        • CONCUSSION OF THE BRAIN.
        • EPILEPSY.
        • SUNSTROKE (PROSTRATION FROM HEAT).
        • INJURIES TO THE SPINAL CORD.
        • PARALYSIS.
        • CONGESTION OF THE SPINAL CORD.
        • RABIES (HYDROPHOBIA).
        • LIGHTNING STROKE (ASPHYXIA ELECTRICA).
        • TUMORS IN THE BRAIN, ETC.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE BRAIN AND ITS MEMBRANES (STAGGERS).
      • APOPLEXY.
      • CONGESTION OF THE BRAIN.
      • CONCUSSION OF THE BRAIN.
      • EPILEPSY.
      • SUNSTROKE (PROSTRATION FROM HEAT).
      • INJURIES TO THE SPINAL CORD.
      • PARALYSIS.
      • CONGESTION OF THE SPINAL CORD.
      • RABIES (HYDROPHOBIA).
      • LIGHTNING STROKE (ASPHYXIA ELECTRICA).
      • TUMORS IN THE BRAIN, ETC.
    • THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE BRAIN AND ITS MEMBRANES (STAGGERS).
      • APOPLEXY.
      • CONGESTION OF THE BRAIN.
      • CONCUSSION OF THE BRAIN.
      • EPILEPSY.
      • SUNSTROKE (PROSTRATION FROM HEAT).
      • INJURIES TO THE SPINAL CORD.
      • PARALYSIS.
      • CONGESTION OF THE SPINAL CORD.
      • RABIES (HYDROPHOBIA).
      • LIGHTNING STROKE (ASPHYXIA ELECTRICA).
      • TUMORS IN THE BRAIN, ETC.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE BRAIN AND ITS MEMBRANES (STAGGERS).
    • APOPLEXY.
    • CONGESTION OF THE BRAIN.
    • CONCUSSION OF THE BRAIN.
    • EPILEPSY.
    • SUNSTROKE (PROSTRATION FROM HEAT).
    • INJURIES TO THE SPINAL CORD.
    • PARALYSIS.
    • CONGESTION OF THE SPINAL CORD.
    • RABIES (HYDROPHOBIA).
    • LIGHTNING STROKE (ASPHYXIA ELECTRICA).
    • TUMORS IN THE BRAIN, ETC.
    • DISEASES OF THE URINARY ORGANS.
      • DIURESIS (POLYURIA, DIABETES INSIPIDUS, EXCESSIVE SECRETION OF URINE).
        • BLOODY URINE (RED WATER, MOOR ILL, WOOD ILL, HEMATURIA, HEMAGLOBINURIA).
        • ALBUMIN IN THE URINE (ALBUMINURIA).
        • SUGAR IN URINE (DIABETES MELLITUS).
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS (NEPHRITIS).
        • PARASITES OF THE KIDNEY.
        • TUMORS OF THE KIDNEY (HYPERTROPHY OR ATROPHY).
        • RETENTION OF URINE.
        • INCONTINENCE OF URINE (PALSY OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER).
        • URINARY CALCULI (STONE OR GRAVEL).
        • CLASSIFICATION OF URINARY CALCULI.
        • FORMS OF CALCULI IN DIFFERENT SITUATIONS.
        • STONE IN THE KIDNEY (RENAL CALCULI).
        • URETERAL CALCULI.
        • STONE IN THE BLADDER (VESICAL CALCULUS, OR URETHRAL CALCULUS).
        • CALCULI, OR GRAVEL, IN THE PREPUCE, OR SHEATH.
      • BLOODY URINE (RED WATER, MOOR ILL, WOOD ILL, HEMATURIA, HEMAGLOBINURIA).
      • ALBUMIN IN THE URINE (ALBUMINURIA).
      • SUGAR IN URINE (DIABETES MELLITUS).
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS (NEPHRITIS).
      • PARASITES OF THE KIDNEY.
      • TUMORS OF THE KIDNEY (HYPERTROPHY OR ATROPHY).
      • RETENTION OF URINE.
      • INCONTINENCE OF URINE (PALSY OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER).
      • URINARY CALCULI (STONE OR GRAVEL).
      • CLASSIFICATION OF URINARY CALCULI.
      • FORMS OF CALCULI IN DIFFERENT SITUATIONS.
      • STONE IN THE KIDNEY (RENAL CALCULI).
      • URETERAL CALCULI.
      • STONE IN THE BLADDER (VESICAL CALCULUS, OR URETHRAL CALCULUS).
      • CALCULI, OR GRAVEL, IN THE PREPUCE, OR SHEATH.
      • DISEASES OF THE URINARY ORGANS.
    • DIURESIS (POLYURIA, DIABETES INSIPIDUS, EXCESSIVE SECRETION OF URINE).
      • BLOODY URINE (RED WATER, MOOR ILL, WOOD ILL, HEMATURIA, HEMAGLOBINURIA).
      • ALBUMIN IN THE URINE (ALBUMINURIA).
      • SUGAR IN URINE (DIABETES MELLITUS).
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS (NEPHRITIS).
      • PARASITES OF THE KIDNEY.
      • TUMORS OF THE KIDNEY (HYPERTROPHY OR ATROPHY).
      • RETENTION OF URINE.
      • INCONTINENCE OF URINE (PALSY OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER).
      • URINARY CALCULI (STONE OR GRAVEL).
      • CLASSIFICATION OF URINARY CALCULI.
      • FORMS OF CALCULI IN DIFFERENT SITUATIONS.
      • STONE IN THE KIDNEY (RENAL CALCULI).
      • URETERAL CALCULI.
      • STONE IN THE BLADDER (VESICAL CALCULUS, OR URETHRAL CALCULUS).
      • CALCULI, OR GRAVEL, IN THE PREPUCE, OR SHEATH.
    • BLOODY URINE (RED WATER, MOOR ILL, WOOD ILL, HEMATURIA, HEMAGLOBINURIA).
    • ALBUMIN IN THE URINE (ALBUMINURIA).
    • SUGAR IN URINE (DIABETES MELLITUS).
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS (NEPHRITIS).
    • PARASITES OF THE KIDNEY.
    • TUMORS OF THE KIDNEY (HYPERTROPHY OR ATROPHY).
    • RETENTION OF URINE.
    • INCONTINENCE OF URINE (PALSY OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER).
    • URINARY CALCULI (STONE OR GRAVEL).
    • CLASSIFICATION OF URINARY CALCULI.
    • FORMS OF CALCULI IN DIFFERENT SITUATIONS.
    • STONE IN THE KIDNEY (RENAL CALCULI).
    • URETERAL CALCULI.
    • STONE IN THE BLADDER (VESICAL CALCULUS, OR URETHRAL CALCULUS).
    • CALCULI, OR GRAVEL, IN THE PREPUCE, OR SHEATH.
    • DISEASES OF THE URINARY ORGANS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • DISEASES OF THE GENERATIVE ORGANS.
      • GENERAL DISCUSSION.
        • EXCESS OF VENEREAL DESIRE (SATYRIASIS IN MALE, OR NYMPHOMANIA IN FEMALE).
        • DIMINUTION OR LOSS OF VENEREAL DESIRE (ANAPHRODISIA).
        • STERILITY FROM OTHER CAUSES.
        • CONGESTION AND INFLAMMATION OF THE TESTICLES (ORCHITIS).
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE SHEATH.
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE SHEATH AND PENIS FROM BRUISING.
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE URETHRA.
        • WARTS AND PAPILLARY GROWTHS ON THE PENIS.
        • WOUNDS OF THE PENIS.
        • ULCERS ON THE PENIS.
        • POLYPUS OF THE VAGINA OR UTERUS.
        • SIGNS OF PREGNANCY.
        • DURATION OF PREGNANCY.
        • HYGIENE OF THE PREGNANT COW.
        • PROTRUSION OF THE VAGINA (PROLAPSUS VAGINÆ).
        • HERNIA (BREACH) OF THE UTERUS.
        • CRAMPS OF THE HIND LIMBS.
        • DROPSY OF THE HIND LIMBS AND BETWEEN THE THIGHS.
        • DROPSY OF THE MEMBRANES OF THE FETUS (DROPSY OF THE WOMB).
        • PARALYSIS OF THE HIND PARTS.
        • EXTRAUTERINE GESTATION (FETUS DEVELOPING OUTSIDE THE WOMB).
        • PROLONGED RETENTION OF THE FETUS.
        • ABORTION (SLINKING THE CALF).
        • NONCONTAGIOUS ABORTION.
        • CONTAGIOUS ABORTION.
        • GRANULAR VENEREAL DISEASE (INFECTIOUS GRANULAR VAGINITIS).
        • PARTURITION (CALVING).
      • EXCESS OF VENEREAL DESIRE (SATYRIASIS IN MALE, OR NYMPHOMANIA IN FEMALE).
      • DIMINUTION OR LOSS OF VENEREAL DESIRE (ANAPHRODISIA).
      • STERILITY FROM OTHER CAUSES.
      • CONGESTION AND INFLAMMATION OF THE TESTICLES (ORCHITIS).
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE SHEATH.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE SHEATH AND PENIS FROM BRUISING.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE URETHRA.
      • WARTS AND PAPILLARY GROWTHS ON THE PENIS.
      • WOUNDS OF THE PENIS.
      • ULCERS ON THE PENIS.
      • POLYPUS OF THE VAGINA OR UTERUS.
      • SIGNS OF PREGNANCY.
      • DURATION OF PREGNANCY.
      • HYGIENE OF THE PREGNANT COW.
      • PROTRUSION OF THE VAGINA (PROLAPSUS VAGINÆ).
      • HERNIA (BREACH) OF THE UTERUS.
      • CRAMPS OF THE HIND LIMBS.
      • DROPSY OF THE HIND LIMBS AND BETWEEN THE THIGHS.
      • DROPSY OF THE MEMBRANES OF THE FETUS (DROPSY OF THE WOMB).
      • PARALYSIS OF THE HIND PARTS.
      • EXTRAUTERINE GESTATION (FETUS DEVELOPING OUTSIDE THE WOMB).
      • PROLONGED RETENTION OF THE FETUS.
      • ABORTION (SLINKING THE CALF).
      • NONCONTAGIOUS ABORTION.
      • CONTAGIOUS ABORTION.
      • GRANULAR VENEREAL DISEASE (INFECTIOUS GRANULAR VAGINITIS).
      • PARTURITION (CALVING).
      • DISEASES OF THE GENERATIVE ORGANS.
    • GENERAL DISCUSSION.
      • EXCESS OF VENEREAL DESIRE (SATYRIASIS IN MALE, OR NYMPHOMANIA IN FEMALE).
      • DIMINUTION OR LOSS OF VENEREAL DESIRE (ANAPHRODISIA).
      • STERILITY FROM OTHER CAUSES.
      • CONGESTION AND INFLAMMATION OF THE TESTICLES (ORCHITIS).
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE SHEATH.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE SHEATH AND PENIS FROM BRUISING.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE URETHRA.
      • WARTS AND PAPILLARY GROWTHS ON THE PENIS.
      • WOUNDS OF THE PENIS.
      • ULCERS ON THE PENIS.
      • POLYPUS OF THE VAGINA OR UTERUS.
      • SIGNS OF PREGNANCY.
      • DURATION OF PREGNANCY.
      • HYGIENE OF THE PREGNANT COW.
      • PROTRUSION OF THE VAGINA (PROLAPSUS VAGINÆ).
      • HERNIA (BREACH) OF THE UTERUS.
      • CRAMPS OF THE HIND LIMBS.
      • DROPSY OF THE HIND LIMBS AND BETWEEN THE THIGHS.
      • DROPSY OF THE MEMBRANES OF THE FETUS (DROPSY OF THE WOMB).
      • PARALYSIS OF THE HIND PARTS.
      • EXTRAUTERINE GESTATION (FETUS DEVELOPING OUTSIDE THE WOMB).
      • PROLONGED RETENTION OF THE FETUS.
      • ABORTION (SLINKING THE CALF).
      • NONCONTAGIOUS ABORTION.
      • CONTAGIOUS ABORTION.
      • GRANULAR VENEREAL DISEASE (INFECTIOUS GRANULAR VAGINITIS).
      • PARTURITION (CALVING).
    • EXCESS OF VENEREAL DESIRE (SATYRIASIS IN MALE, OR NYMPHOMANIA IN FEMALE).
    • DIMINUTION OR LOSS OF VENEREAL DESIRE (ANAPHRODISIA).
    • STERILITY FROM OTHER CAUSES.
    • CONGESTION AND INFLAMMATION OF THE TESTICLES (ORCHITIS).
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE SHEATH.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE SHEATH AND PENIS FROM BRUISING.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE URETHRA.
    • WARTS AND PAPILLARY GROWTHS ON THE PENIS.
    • WOUNDS OF THE PENIS.
    • ULCERS ON THE PENIS.
    • POLYPUS OF THE VAGINA OR UTERUS.
    • SIGNS OF PREGNANCY.
    • DURATION OF PREGNANCY.
    • HYGIENE OF THE PREGNANT COW.
    • PROTRUSION OF THE VAGINA (PROLAPSUS VAGINÆ).
    • HERNIA (BREACH) OF THE UTERUS.
    • CRAMPS OF THE HIND LIMBS.
    • DROPSY OF THE HIND LIMBS AND BETWEEN THE THIGHS.
    • DROPSY OF THE MEMBRANES OF THE FETUS (DROPSY OF THE WOMB).
    • PARALYSIS OF THE HIND PARTS.
    • EXTRAUTERINE GESTATION (FETUS DEVELOPING OUTSIDE THE WOMB).
    • PROLONGED RETENTION OF THE FETUS.
    • ABORTION (SLINKING THE CALF).
    • NONCONTAGIOUS ABORTION.
    • CONTAGIOUS ABORTION.
    • GRANULAR VENEREAL DISEASE (INFECTIOUS GRANULAR VAGINITIS).
    • PARTURITION (CALVING).
    • DISEASES OF THE GENERATIVE ORGANS.
    • DISEASES FOLLOWING PARTURITION.
      • FLOODING (BLEEDING FROM THE WOMB).
        • EVERSION OF THE WOMB (CASTING THE WITHERS).
        • EVERSION OF THE BLADDER.
        • RUPTURE OF THE BLADDER.
        • RUPTURE OF THE WOMB.
        • CLOTS OF BLOOD IN THE WALLS OF THE VAGINA.
        • RETAINED AFTERBIRTH.
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE VAGINA (VAGINITIS).
        • LEUCORRHEA (MUCOPURULENT DISCHARGE FROM THE PASSAGES).
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE WOMB (METRITIS, INFLAMMATION OF WOMB AND ABDOMEN, OR METROPERITONITIS).
        • MILK FEVER (PARTURITION FEVER, PARTURIENT APOPLEXY, OR PARTURIENT COLLAPSE).
        • PALSY AFTER CALVING (DROPPING AFTER CALVING).
        • CONGESTION OF THE UDDER (GARGET).
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE UDDER (SIMPLE MAMMITIS).
        • CONTAGIOUS MAMMITIS (CONTAGIOUS INFLAMMATION OF THE UDDER).
        • COWPOX.
        • SUPPRESSION OF MILK.
        • BLOODY MILK.
        • BLUE MILK.
        • STRINGY MILK.
        • CHAPPED TEATS.
        • WARTS ON THE TEATS.
        • TEAT BLOCKED BY CONCRETION OF CASEIN.
        • TEAT BLOCKED BY CALCULUS.
        • TEAT BLOCKED BY A WARTY OR OTHER GROWTH INSIDE.
        • THICKENING OF THE MUCOUS MEMBRANE AND CLOSURE OF THE MILK DUCT.
        • CLOSURE OF THE MILK DUCT BY A MEMBRANE.
        • OPENING IN THE SIDE OF THE TEAT (MILK FISTULA).
      • EVERSION OF THE WOMB (CASTING THE WITHERS).
      • EVERSION OF THE BLADDER.
      • RUPTURE OF THE BLADDER.
      • RUPTURE OF THE WOMB.
      • CLOTS OF BLOOD IN THE WALLS OF THE VAGINA.
      • RETAINED AFTERBIRTH.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE VAGINA (VAGINITIS).
      • LEUCORRHEA (MUCOPURULENT DISCHARGE FROM THE PASSAGES).
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE WOMB (METRITIS, INFLAMMATION OF WOMB AND ABDOMEN, OR METROPERITONITIS).
      • MILK FEVER (PARTURITION FEVER, PARTURIENT APOPLEXY, OR PARTURIENT COLLAPSE).
      • PALSY AFTER CALVING (DROPPING AFTER CALVING).
      • CONGESTION OF THE UDDER (GARGET).
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE UDDER (SIMPLE MAMMITIS).
      • CONTAGIOUS MAMMITIS (CONTAGIOUS INFLAMMATION OF THE UDDER).
      • COWPOX.
      • SUPPRESSION OF MILK.
      • BLOODY MILK.
      • BLUE MILK.
      • STRINGY MILK.
      • CHAPPED TEATS.
      • WARTS ON THE TEATS.
      • TEAT BLOCKED BY CONCRETION OF CASEIN.
      • TEAT BLOCKED BY CALCULUS.
      • TEAT BLOCKED BY A WARTY OR OTHER GROWTH INSIDE.
      • THICKENING OF THE MUCOUS MEMBRANE AND CLOSURE OF THE MILK DUCT.
      • CLOSURE OF THE MILK DUCT BY A MEMBRANE.
      • OPENING IN THE SIDE OF THE TEAT (MILK FISTULA).
      • DISEASES FOLLOWING PARTURITION.
    • FLOODING (BLEEDING FROM THE WOMB).
      • EVERSION OF THE WOMB (CASTING THE WITHERS).
      • EVERSION OF THE BLADDER.
      • RUPTURE OF THE BLADDER.
      • RUPTURE OF THE WOMB.
      • CLOTS OF BLOOD IN THE WALLS OF THE VAGINA.
      • RETAINED AFTERBIRTH.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE VAGINA (VAGINITIS).
      • LEUCORRHEA (MUCOPURULENT DISCHARGE FROM THE PASSAGES).
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE WOMB (METRITIS, INFLAMMATION OF WOMB AND ABDOMEN, OR METROPERITONITIS).
      • MILK FEVER (PARTURITION FEVER, PARTURIENT APOPLEXY, OR PARTURIENT COLLAPSE).
      • PALSY AFTER CALVING (DROPPING AFTER CALVING).
      • CONGESTION OF THE UDDER (GARGET).
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE UDDER (SIMPLE MAMMITIS).
      • CONTAGIOUS MAMMITIS (CONTAGIOUS INFLAMMATION OF THE UDDER).
      • COWPOX.
      • SUPPRESSION OF MILK.
      • BLOODY MILK.
      • BLUE MILK.
      • STRINGY MILK.
      • CHAPPED TEATS.
      • WARTS ON THE TEATS.
      • TEAT BLOCKED BY CONCRETION OF CASEIN.
      • TEAT BLOCKED BY CALCULUS.
      • TEAT BLOCKED BY A WARTY OR OTHER GROWTH INSIDE.
      • THICKENING OF THE MUCOUS MEMBRANE AND CLOSURE OF THE MILK DUCT.
      • CLOSURE OF THE MILK DUCT BY A MEMBRANE.
      • OPENING IN THE SIDE OF THE TEAT (MILK FISTULA).
    • EVERSION OF THE WOMB (CASTING THE WITHERS).
    • EVERSION OF THE BLADDER.
    • RUPTURE OF THE BLADDER.
    • RUPTURE OF THE WOMB.
    • CLOTS OF BLOOD IN THE WALLS OF THE VAGINA.
    • RETAINED AFTERBIRTH.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE VAGINA (VAGINITIS).
    • LEUCORRHEA (MUCOPURULENT DISCHARGE FROM THE PASSAGES).
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE WOMB (METRITIS, INFLAMMATION OF WOMB AND ABDOMEN, OR METROPERITONITIS).
    • MILK FEVER (PARTURITION FEVER, PARTURIENT APOPLEXY, OR PARTURIENT COLLAPSE).
    • PALSY AFTER CALVING (DROPPING AFTER CALVING).
    • CONGESTION OF THE UDDER (GARGET).
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE UDDER (SIMPLE MAMMITIS).
    • CONTAGIOUS MAMMITIS (CONTAGIOUS INFLAMMATION OF THE UDDER).
    • COWPOX.
    • SUPPRESSION OF MILK.
    • BLOODY MILK.
    • BLUE MILK.
    • STRINGY MILK.
    • CHAPPED TEATS.
    • WARTS ON THE TEATS.
    • TEAT BLOCKED BY CONCRETION OF CASEIN.
    • TEAT BLOCKED BY CALCULUS.
    • TEAT BLOCKED BY A WARTY OR OTHER GROWTH INSIDE.
    • THICKENING OF THE MUCOUS MEMBRANE AND CLOSURE OF THE MILK DUCT.
    • CLOSURE OF THE MILK DUCT BY A MEMBRANE.
    • OPENING IN THE SIDE OF THE TEAT (MILK FISTULA).
    • DISEASES FOLLOWING PARTURITION.
    • DISEASES OF YOUNG CALVES.
      • SUSPENDED BREATHING.
        • BLEEDING FROM THE NAVEL.
        • URINE DISCHARGED THROUGH THE NAVEL (PERSISTENT URACHUS).
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE URACHUS (NAVEL URINE DUCT).
        • ABSCESS OF THE NAVEL.
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE NAVEL VEINS (UMBILICAL PHLEBITIS).
        • PYEMIC AND SEPTICEMIC INFLAMMATION OF JOINTS IN CALVES (JOINT ILL).
        • UMBILICAL HERNIA (BREACH AT THE NAVEL).
        • DROPSY OF THE NAVEL.
        • BLUE DISEASE (CYANOSIS).
        • CONSTIPATION.
        • INDIGESTION.
        • DIARRHEA (SCOURING) IN CALVES (SIMPLE AND CONTAGIOUS).
        • ACUTE CONTAGIOUS SCOURING IN THE NEWBORN.
        • OTHER AILMENTS OF THE CALF.
      • BLEEDING FROM THE NAVEL.
      • URINE DISCHARGED THROUGH THE NAVEL (PERSISTENT URACHUS).
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE URACHUS (NAVEL URINE DUCT).
      • ABSCESS OF THE NAVEL.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE NAVEL VEINS (UMBILICAL PHLEBITIS).
      • PYEMIC AND SEPTICEMIC INFLAMMATION OF JOINTS IN CALVES (JOINT ILL).
      • UMBILICAL HERNIA (BREACH AT THE NAVEL).
      • DROPSY OF THE NAVEL.
      • BLUE DISEASE (CYANOSIS).
      • CONSTIPATION.
      • INDIGESTION.
      • DIARRHEA (SCOURING) IN CALVES (SIMPLE AND CONTAGIOUS).
      • ACUTE CONTAGIOUS SCOURING IN THE NEWBORN.
      • OTHER AILMENTS OF THE CALF.
    • SUSPENDED BREATHING.
      • BLEEDING FROM THE NAVEL.
      • URINE DISCHARGED THROUGH THE NAVEL (PERSISTENT URACHUS).
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE URACHUS (NAVEL URINE DUCT).
      • ABSCESS OF THE NAVEL.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE NAVEL VEINS (UMBILICAL PHLEBITIS).
      • PYEMIC AND SEPTICEMIC INFLAMMATION OF JOINTS IN CALVES (JOINT ILL).
      • UMBILICAL HERNIA (BREACH AT THE NAVEL).
      • DROPSY OF THE NAVEL.
      • BLUE DISEASE (CYANOSIS).
      • CONSTIPATION.
      • INDIGESTION.
      • DIARRHEA (SCOURING) IN CALVES (SIMPLE AND CONTAGIOUS).
      • ACUTE CONTAGIOUS SCOURING IN THE NEWBORN.
      • OTHER AILMENTS OF THE CALF.
    • BLEEDING FROM THE NAVEL.
    • URINE DISCHARGED THROUGH THE NAVEL (PERSISTENT URACHUS).
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE URACHUS (NAVEL URINE DUCT).
    • ABSCESS OF THE NAVEL.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE NAVEL VEINS (UMBILICAL PHLEBITIS).
    • PYEMIC AND SEPTICEMIC INFLAMMATION OF JOINTS IN CALVES (JOINT ILL).
    • UMBILICAL HERNIA (BREACH AT THE NAVEL).
    • DROPSY OF THE NAVEL.
    • BLUE DISEASE (CYANOSIS).
    • CONSTIPATION.
    • INDIGESTION.
    • DIARRHEA (SCOURING) IN CALVES (SIMPLE AND CONTAGIOUS).
    • ACUTE CONTAGIOUS SCOURING IN THE NEWBORN.
    • OTHER AILMENTS OF THE CALF.
    • BONES: DISEASES AND ACCIDENTS.
      • OSTEITIS.
        • PERIOSTITIS.
        • OSTEOMYELITIS.
        • RICKETS.
        • OSTEOMALACIA (CREEPS).
        • SPRAINS.
        • FRACTURES (BROKEN BONES).
        • SPECIAL FRACTURES.
        • DISLOCATIONS.
        • SPAVIN.
        • RHEUMATISM.
      • PERIOSTITIS.
      • OSTEOMYELITIS.
      • RICKETS.
      • OSTEOMALACIA (CREEPS).
      • SPRAINS.
      • FRACTURES (BROKEN BONES).
      • SPECIAL FRACTURES.
      • DISLOCATIONS.
      • SPAVIN.
      • RHEUMATISM.
    • OSTEITIS.
      • PERIOSTITIS.
      • OSTEOMYELITIS.
      • RICKETS.
      • OSTEOMALACIA (CREEPS).
      • SPRAINS.
      • FRACTURES (BROKEN BONES).
      • SPECIAL FRACTURES.
      • DISLOCATIONS.
      • SPAVIN.
      • RHEUMATISM.
    • PERIOSTITIS.
    • OSTEOMYELITIS.
    • RICKETS.
    • OSTEOMALACIA (CREEPS).
    • SPRAINS.
    • FRACTURES (BROKEN BONES).
    • SPECIAL FRACTURES.
    • DISLOCATIONS.
    • SPAVIN.
    • RHEUMATISM.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SURGICAL OPERATIONS.
      • RINGING THE BULL.
        • DEHORNING.
        • SETONING.
        • TRACHEOTOMY.
        • RUMENOTOMY.
        • TREATMENT OF ABSCESSES.
        • WOUNDS.
        • CASTRATION.
        • OTHER SURGICAL OPERATIONS.
      • DEHORNING.
      • SETONING.
      • TRACHEOTOMY.
      • RUMENOTOMY.
      • TREATMENT OF ABSCESSES.
      • WOUNDS.
      • CASTRATION.
      • OTHER SURGICAL OPERATIONS.
      • SURGICAL OPERATIONS.
    • RINGING THE BULL.
      • DEHORNING.
      • SETONING.
      • TRACHEOTOMY.
      • RUMENOTOMY.
      • TREATMENT OF ABSCESSES.
      • WOUNDS.
      • CASTRATION.
      • OTHER SURGICAL OPERATIONS.
    • DEHORNING.
    • SETONING.
    • TRACHEOTOMY.
    • RUMENOTOMY.
    • TREATMENT OF ABSCESSES.
    • WOUNDS.
    • CASTRATION.
    • OTHER SURGICAL OPERATIONS.
    • SURGICAL OPERATIONS.
    • TUMORS AFFECTING CATTLE.
      • CLASSIFICATION OF TUMORS.
        • GENERAL TREATMENT OF TUMORS.
        • DESCRIPTION OF INDIVIDUAL TUMORS.
        • CYSTS.
      • GENERAL TREATMENT OF TUMORS.
      • DESCRIPTION OF INDIVIDUAL TUMORS.
      • CYSTS.
    • CLASSIFICATION OF TUMORS.
      • GENERAL TREATMENT OF TUMORS.
      • DESCRIPTION OF INDIVIDUAL TUMORS.
      • CYSTS.
    • GENERAL TREATMENT OF TUMORS.
    • DESCRIPTION OF INDIVIDUAL TUMORS.
    • CYSTS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
      • GENERAL DISCUSSION.
        • PRURITIS (ITCHING).
        • INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
        • FAULTY SECRETIONS AND ABNORMAL GROWTHS OF THE SKIN.
        • PARASITIC DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
        • WOUNDS OF THE SKIN.
      • PRURITIS (ITCHING).
      • INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
      • FAULTY SECRETIONS AND ABNORMAL GROWTHS OF THE SKIN.
      • PARASITIC DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
      • WOUNDS OF THE SKIN.
    • GENERAL DISCUSSION.
      • PRURITIS (ITCHING).
      • INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
      • FAULTY SECRETIONS AND ABNORMAL GROWTHS OF THE SKIN.
      • PARASITIC DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
      • WOUNDS OF THE SKIN.
    • PRURITIS (ITCHING).
    • INFLAMMATORY DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
    • FAULTY SECRETIONS AND ABNORMAL GROWTHS OF THE SKIN.
    • PARASITIC DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
    • WOUNDS OF THE SKIN.
    • DISEASES OF THE FOOT.
      • LAMINITIS (FOUNDER).
        • SORENESS (FOOT SORENESS).
        • LOSS OF HOOF.
        • FOUL IN FOOT (FOOT ROT).
        • ULCERATION OF THE HEEL.
        • FISSURE OF THE WALL (SPLIT HOOF).
        • INTERDIGITAL FIBROMA.
        • DEFORMITIES.
        • PRICKS AND WOUNDS.
      • SORENESS (FOOT SORENESS).
      • LOSS OF HOOF.
      • FOUL IN FOOT (FOOT ROT).
      • ULCERATION OF THE HEEL.
      • FISSURE OF THE WALL (SPLIT HOOF).
      • INTERDIGITAL FIBROMA.
      • DEFORMITIES.
      • PRICKS AND WOUNDS.
    • LAMINITIS (FOUNDER).
      • SORENESS (FOOT SORENESS).
      • LOSS OF HOOF.
      • FOUL IN FOOT (FOOT ROT).
      • ULCERATION OF THE HEEL.
      • FISSURE OF THE WALL (SPLIT HOOF).
      • INTERDIGITAL FIBROMA.
      • DEFORMITIES.
      • PRICKS AND WOUNDS.
    • SORENESS (FOOT SORENESS).
    • LOSS OF HOOF.
    • FOUL IN FOOT (FOOT ROT).
    • ULCERATION OF THE HEEL.
    • FISSURE OF THE WALL (SPLIT HOOF).
    • INTERDIGITAL FIBROMA.
    • DEFORMITIES.
    • PRICKS AND WOUNDS.
    • DISEASES OF THE EYE AND ITS APPENDAGES.
      • DESCRIPTION.
        • CONJUNCTIVITIS (SIMPLE OPHTHALMIA).
        • INFECTIOUS CATARRHAL CONJUNCTIVITIS (SPECIFIC OPHTHALMIA).
        • KERATITIS (CORNEITIS).
        • ULCERS OF THE CORNEA.
        • STAPHYLOMA.
        • CATARACT.
        • AMAUROSIS.
        • FILARIA OCULI (WORM IN THE EYE).
        • CORNEAL DERMATOMA (HAIRY TUMOR ON THE EYEBALL).
        • STRABISMUS (SQUINTING).
        • PTERYGIUM.
        • TRICHIASIS (INVERSION OF THE EYELASHES).
        • ENTROPION (INVERSION OF THE EYELID).
        • ECTROPION (EVERSION OF THE EYELID).
        • TUMORS OF THE EYELIDS.
        • LACERATION OF THE EYELID.
        • FOREIGN BODIES IN THE EYE.
        • ORBITAL AND PERIORBITAL ABSCESS.
        • FRACTURE OF THE ORBIT.
        • NECROSIS OF THE BONY ORBIT.
        • TUMORS OF THE ORBIT.
        • DISLOCATION OF THE EYEBALL.
        • INFLAMMATION AND ENLARGEMENT OF THE HAW.
      • CONJUNCTIVITIS (SIMPLE OPHTHALMIA).
      • INFECTIOUS CATARRHAL CONJUNCTIVITIS (SPECIFIC OPHTHALMIA).
      • KERATITIS (CORNEITIS).
      • ULCERS OF THE CORNEA.
      • STAPHYLOMA.
      • CATARACT.
      • AMAUROSIS.
      • FILARIA OCULI (WORM IN THE EYE).
      • CORNEAL DERMATOMA (HAIRY TUMOR ON THE EYEBALL).
      • STRABISMUS (SQUINTING).
      • PTERYGIUM.
      • TRICHIASIS (INVERSION OF THE EYELASHES).
      • ENTROPION (INVERSION OF THE EYELID).
      • ECTROPION (EVERSION OF THE EYELID).
      • TUMORS OF THE EYELIDS.
      • LACERATION OF THE EYELID.
      • FOREIGN BODIES IN THE EYE.
      • ORBITAL AND PERIORBITAL ABSCESS.
      • FRACTURE OF THE ORBIT.
      • NECROSIS OF THE BONY ORBIT.
      • TUMORS OF THE ORBIT.
      • DISLOCATION OF THE EYEBALL.
      • INFLAMMATION AND ENLARGEMENT OF THE HAW.
    • DESCRIPTION.
      • CONJUNCTIVITIS (SIMPLE OPHTHALMIA).
      • INFECTIOUS CATARRHAL CONJUNCTIVITIS (SPECIFIC OPHTHALMIA).
      • KERATITIS (CORNEITIS).
      • ULCERS OF THE CORNEA.
      • STAPHYLOMA.
      • CATARACT.
      • AMAUROSIS.
      • FILARIA OCULI (WORM IN THE EYE).
      • CORNEAL DERMATOMA (HAIRY TUMOR ON THE EYEBALL).
      • STRABISMUS (SQUINTING).
      • PTERYGIUM.
      • TRICHIASIS (INVERSION OF THE EYELASHES).
      • ENTROPION (INVERSION OF THE EYELID).
      • ECTROPION (EVERSION OF THE EYELID).
      • TUMORS OF THE EYELIDS.
      • LACERATION OF THE EYELID.
      • FOREIGN BODIES IN THE EYE.
      • ORBITAL AND PERIORBITAL ABSCESS.
      • FRACTURE OF THE ORBIT.
      • NECROSIS OF THE BONY ORBIT.
      • TUMORS OF THE ORBIT.
      • DISLOCATION OF THE EYEBALL.
      • INFLAMMATION AND ENLARGEMENT OF THE HAW.
    • CONJUNCTIVITIS (SIMPLE OPHTHALMIA).
    • INFECTIOUS CATARRHAL CONJUNCTIVITIS (SPECIFIC OPHTHALMIA).
    • KERATITIS (CORNEITIS).
    • ULCERS OF THE CORNEA.
    • STAPHYLOMA.
    • CATARACT.
    • AMAUROSIS.
    • FILARIA OCULI (WORM IN THE EYE).
    • CORNEAL DERMATOMA (HAIRY TUMOR ON THE EYEBALL).
    • STRABISMUS (SQUINTING).
    • PTERYGIUM.
    • TRICHIASIS (INVERSION OF THE EYELASHES).
    • ENTROPION (INVERSION OF THE EYELID).
    • ECTROPION (EVERSION OF THE EYELID).
    • TUMORS OF THE EYELIDS.
    • LACERATION OF THE EYELID.
    • FOREIGN BODIES IN THE EYE.
    • ORBITAL AND PERIORBITAL ABSCESS.
    • FRACTURE OF THE ORBIT.
    • NECROSIS OF THE BONY ORBIT.
    • TUMORS OF THE ORBIT.
    • DISLOCATION OF THE EYEBALL.
    • INFLAMMATION AND ENLARGEMENT OF THE HAW.
    • DISEASES OF THE EAR.
      • OTITIS (INFLAMMATION OF THE INTERNAL EAR).
        • ABSCESS.
        • FUNGOID GROWTHS.
        • FOREIGN BODIES IN THE EAR.
        • SCURFY EARS.
        • FROSTBITE.
        • LACERATIONS OF THE EAR.
        • DISEASE OF THE CARTILAGE AND NECROSIS.
        • ENCHONDROMA OF THE EAR.
      • ABSCESS.
      • FUNGOID GROWTHS.
      • FOREIGN BODIES IN THE EAR.
      • SCURFY EARS.
      • FROSTBITE.
      • LACERATIONS OF THE EAR.
      • DISEASE OF THE CARTILAGE AND NECROSIS.
      • ENCHONDROMA OF THE EAR.
    • OTITIS (INFLAMMATION OF THE INTERNAL EAR).
      • ABSCESS.
      • FUNGOID GROWTHS.
      • FOREIGN BODIES IN THE EAR.
      • SCURFY EARS.
      • FROSTBITE.
      • LACERATIONS OF THE EAR.
      • DISEASE OF THE CARTILAGE AND NECROSIS.
      • ENCHONDROMA OF THE EAR.
    • ABSCESS.
    • FUNGOID GROWTHS.
    • FOREIGN BODIES IN THE EAR.
    • SCURFY EARS.
    • FROSTBITE.
    • LACERATIONS OF THE EAR.
    • DISEASE OF THE CARTILAGE AND NECROSIS.
    • ENCHONDROMA OF THE EAR.
    • INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF CATTLE.
      • GENERAL INTRODUCTION.
      • VARIOUS BACTERIA WHICH PRODUCE DISEASE IN CATTLE.
        • DISINFECTION AND DISINFECTANTS.
        • CONTAGIOUS PLEUROPNEUMONIA.
      • DISINFECTION AND DISINFECTANTS.
      • CONTAGIOUS PLEUROPNEUMONIA.
      • CONTAGIOUS PLEUROPNEUMONIA.
        • RINDERPEST.
        • FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE.
        • SEPTICEMIA AND PYEMIA.
        • HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA.
        • VESICULAR ERUPTION OF THE GENITAL ORGANS.
        • RABIES OF CATTLE.
        • TUBERCULOSIS.
      • RINDERPEST.
      • FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE.
      • SEPTICEMIA AND PYEMIA.
      • HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA.
      • VESICULAR ERUPTION OF THE GENITAL ORGANS.
      • RABIES OF CATTLE.
      • TUBERCULOSIS.
      • TUBERCULOSIS.
        • THE TUBERCULIN TEST.
        • THE TUBERCULIN TESTS.
        • TREATMENT OF TUBERCULOSIS.
        • BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH.
        • VACCINIA OR COWPOX.
        • ACTINOMYCOSIS (LUMPY JAW)
        • ANTHRAX.
      • THE TUBERCULIN TEST.
      • THE TUBERCULIN TESTS.
      • TREATMENT OF TUBERCULOSIS.
      • BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH.
      • VACCINIA OR COWPOX.
      • ACTINOMYCOSIS (LUMPY JAW)
      • ANTHRAX.
      • ACTINOMYCOSIS (LUMPY JAW).
        • ANTHRAX IN MAN (MALIGNANT PUSTULE, OR CARBUNCLE).
        • BLACKLEG.
        • NECROTIC STOMATITIS (CALF DIPHTHERIA).
        • MALIGNANT CATARRH.
        • MALIGNANT EDEMA.
        • SOUTHERN CATTLE FEVER (TEXAS FEVER, TICK FEVER).
        • METHODS OF ERADICATING THE TICKS.[7]
      • ANTHRAX IN MAN (MALIGNANT PUSTULE, OR CARBUNCLE).
      • BLACKLEG.
      • NECROTIC STOMATITIS (CALF DIPHTHERIA).
      • MALIGNANT CATARRH.
      • MALIGNANT EDEMA.
      • SOUTHERN CATTLE FEVER (TEXAS FEVER, TICK FEVER).
      • METHODS OF ERADICATING THE TICKS.[7]
      • SOUTHERN CATTLE FEVER (TEXAS FEVER, TICK FEVER).
        • CHRONIC BACTERIAL DYSENTERY.
        • NAGANA.
        • CATTLE FARCY.
        • OTHER INFECTIOUS DISEASES.
      • CHRONIC BACTERIAL DYSENTERY.
      • NAGANA.
      • CATTLE FARCY.
      • OTHER INFECTIOUS DISEASES.
    • GENERAL INTRODUCTION.
    • VARIOUS BACTERIA WHICH PRODUCE DISEASE IN CATTLE.
      • DISINFECTION AND DISINFECTANTS.
      • CONTAGIOUS PLEUROPNEUMONIA.
    • DISINFECTION AND DISINFECTANTS.
    • CONTAGIOUS PLEUROPNEUMONIA.
    • CONTAGIOUS PLEUROPNEUMONIA.
      • RINDERPEST.
      • FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE.
      • SEPTICEMIA AND PYEMIA.
      • HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA.
      • VESICULAR ERUPTION OF THE GENITAL ORGANS.
      • RABIES OF CATTLE.
      • TUBERCULOSIS.
    • RINDERPEST.
    • FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE.
    • SEPTICEMIA AND PYEMIA.
    • HEMORRHAGIC SEPTICEMIA.
    • VESICULAR ERUPTION OF THE GENITAL ORGANS.
    • RABIES OF CATTLE.
    • TUBERCULOSIS.
    • TUBERCULOSIS.
      • THE TUBERCULIN TEST.
      • THE TUBERCULIN TESTS.
      • TREATMENT OF TUBERCULOSIS.
      • BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH.
      • VACCINIA OR COWPOX.
      • ACTINOMYCOSIS (LUMPY JAW)
      • ANTHRAX.
    • THE TUBERCULIN TEST.
    • THE TUBERCULIN TESTS.
    • TREATMENT OF TUBERCULOSIS.
    • BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH.
    • VACCINIA OR COWPOX.
    • ACTINOMYCOSIS (LUMPY JAW)
    • ANTHRAX.
    • ACTINOMYCOSIS (LUMPY JAW).
      • ANTHRAX IN MAN (MALIGNANT PUSTULE, OR CARBUNCLE).
      • BLACKLEG.
      • NECROTIC STOMATITIS (CALF DIPHTHERIA).
      • MALIGNANT CATARRH.
      • MALIGNANT EDEMA.
      • SOUTHERN CATTLE FEVER (TEXAS FEVER, TICK FEVER).
      • METHODS OF ERADICATING THE TICKS.[7]
    • ANTHRAX IN MAN (MALIGNANT PUSTULE, OR CARBUNCLE).
    • BLACKLEG.
    • NECROTIC STOMATITIS (CALF DIPHTHERIA).
    • MALIGNANT CATARRH.
    • MALIGNANT EDEMA.
    • SOUTHERN CATTLE FEVER (TEXAS FEVER, TICK FEVER).
    • METHODS OF ERADICATING THE TICKS.[7]
    • SOUTHERN CATTLE FEVER (TEXAS FEVER, TICK FEVER).
      • CHRONIC BACTERIAL DYSENTERY.
      • NAGANA.
      • CATTLE FARCY.
      • OTHER INFECTIOUS DISEASES.
    • CHRONIC BACTERIAL DYSENTERY.
    • NAGANA.
    • CATTLE FARCY.
    • OTHER INFECTIOUS DISEASES.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • ANIMAL PARASITES OF CATTLE.
      • FLIES.[11]
        • MANGE, ITCH, SCAB. [17]
        • TICKS.[18]
        • BLOODSUCKERS OR LEECHES.
        • PARASITES OF THE STOMACH.
        • INTESTINAL PARASITES.
        • PROTOZOA.
        • FLUKES IN LIVER AND LUNGS.
        • TAPEWORM CYSTS OF LIVER AND OTHER VISCERA.
        • TAPEWORM CYSTS IN THE MUSCLES, BEEF MEASLES.[19]
        • THREAD WORMS IN THE ABDOMINAL CAVITY.
        • LUNG WORMS.
        • PARASITES OF THE BLOOD.
        • PARASITES OF THE EYE.
      • MANGE, ITCH, SCAB. [17]
      • TICKS.[18]
      • BLOODSUCKERS OR LEECHES.
      • PARASITES OF THE STOMACH.
      • INTESTINAL PARASITES.
      • PROTOZOA.
      • FLUKES IN LIVER AND LUNGS.
      • TAPEWORM CYSTS OF LIVER AND OTHER VISCERA.
      • TAPEWORM CYSTS IN THE MUSCLES, BEEF MEASLES.[19]
      • THREAD WORMS IN THE ABDOMINAL CAVITY.
      • LUNG WORMS.
      • PARASITES OF THE BLOOD.
      • PARASITES OF THE EYE.
    • FLIES.[11]
      • MANGE, ITCH, SCAB. [17]
      • TICKS.[18]
      • BLOODSUCKERS OR LEECHES.
      • PARASITES OF THE STOMACH.
      • INTESTINAL PARASITES.
      • PROTOZOA.
      • FLUKES IN LIVER AND LUNGS.
      • TAPEWORM CYSTS OF LIVER AND OTHER VISCERA.
      • TAPEWORM CYSTS IN THE MUSCLES, BEEF MEASLES.[19]
      • THREAD WORMS IN THE ABDOMINAL CAVITY.
      • LUNG WORMS.
      • PARASITES OF THE BLOOD.
      • PARASITES OF THE EYE.
    • MANGE, ITCH, SCAB. [17]
    • TICKS.[18]
    • BLOODSUCKERS OR LEECHES.
    • PARASITES OF THE STOMACH.
    • INTESTINAL PARASITES.
    • PROTOZOA.
    • FLUKES IN LIVER AND LUNGS.
    • TAPEWORM CYSTS OF LIVER AND OTHER VISCERA.
    • TAPEWORM CYSTS IN THE MUSCLES, BEEF MEASLES.[19]
    • THREAD WORMS IN THE ABDOMINAL CAVITY.
    • LUNG WORMS.
    • PARASITES OF THE BLOOD.
    • PARASITES OF THE EYE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • MYCOTIC STOMATITIS OF CATTLE.
      • INTRODUCTION.
        • NAME AND SYNONYMS.
        • CHARACTER OF THE DISEASE.
        • CAUSE.
        • SYMPTOMS AND LESIONS.
        • PROGNOSIS AND MORTALITY.
        • DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS.
        • TREATMENT.
      • NAME AND SYNONYMS.
      • CHARACTER OF THE DISEASE.
      • CAUSE.
      • SYMPTOMS AND LESIONS.
      • PROGNOSIS AND MORTALITY.
      • DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS.
      • TREATMENT.
    • INTRODUCTION.
      • NAME AND SYNONYMS.
      • CHARACTER OF THE DISEASE.
      • CAUSE.
      • SYMPTOMS AND LESIONS.
      • PROGNOSIS AND MORTALITY.
      • DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS.
      • TREATMENT.
    • NAME AND SYNONYMS.
    • CHARACTER OF THE DISEASE.
    • CAUSE.
    • SYMPTOMS AND LESIONS.
    • PROGNOSIS AND MORTALITY.
    • DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS.
    • TREATMENT.
    • INDEX.
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