Diseases

Name

Epizootic lymphangitis

Names alternate

Pseudoglanders
Pseudofarcy
Equine Blastomycosis
Equine Histoplasmosis
Equine Cryptococcosis
Histoplasmosis farciminosi
African Farcy

Parents
(1) Dermatologic infection
Agents
(1) Cryptococcus farciminosis > Cryptococcus > (Basidiomycota) > Fungi
(2) Histoplasma farciminosum > Histoplasma > Yeast and sac fungi (Ascomycota) > Fungi
(3) Saccharomyces farciminosus > Saccharomyces > Yeast and sac fungi (Ascomycota) > Fungi
Populations
(1) Cattle (Bos taurus) > Hoofed animal > Placental mammal (Eutheria) > Mammal (Mammalia) > Vertebrate > Animal (Animalia)
(2) Donkey (Equus africanus asinus) > Hoofed animal > Placental mammal (Eutheria) > Mammal (Mammalia) > Vertebrate > Animal (Animalia)
(3) Horse (Equus ferus caballus) > Hoofed animal > Placental mammal (Eutheria) > Mammal (Mammalia) > Vertebrate > Animal (Animalia)
(4) Mule (Equus mulus) > Hoofed animal > Placental mammal (Eutheria) > Mammal (Mammalia) > Vertebrate > Animal (Animalia)
Transmission
(1) Vector-borne
Vectors
(1) Fly (Diptera) > Insect (Insecta) > Arthropod (Arthropoda) > Invertebrate > Animal (Animalia)
(2) Tick (Ixodida) > Non-insect > Arthropod (Arthropoda) > Invertebrate > Animal (Animalia)
Properties
(1) Economically important
(2) Vaccine preventable
Documents
(1) Merck Veterinary Manual: Epizootic Lymphangitis (2014)
(2) Spickler AR: Epizootic Lymphangitis (None)
Created

2015-07-22 13:26:54+00:00

Modified

2015-09-01 19:50:57.619031+00:00