Leukosis - Primary host: foam mites Transmitted by :...

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Sensitivity May give false positives but always  finds it Specificity Very high Give this up over the other one Blood-borne disease – virus 88% of all herds in the world will test positive o 5% will develop clinical signs Hides in white blood cells Develop lymphosarcomas   if found in a carcass after slaughter  will not be sold to consumers, disposed of
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Unformatted text preview: Primary host: foam mites Transmitted by : Needles o (if using same needles, boil them) Gloves o (during palpation use different glove for each animal) Nose tongs ** Anything that involves blood transmission ** Can survive if frozen Mainly found in older cows LEUKOSIS...
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