This article describes the main differential diagnoses of bluetongue in cattle and sheep and summarises the distinguishing features and laboratory tests that can assist in their differentiation differential diagnosis of bluetongue. Diagnosis and differential diagnosis clinical signs pathology in cattle and pigs the clinical diagnosis of fmd is usually not difficult because the signs and lesions are characteristic and consistent. There are also tables on the differential diagnosis of the more common conditions affecting the various body systems the art of diagnosis is of increasing importance to cattle clinicians today as they become more involved in tackling herd problems rather than dealing with individual animals. The differential diagnosis of diseases causing oral lesions in cattle can pose problems both clinically and at necropsy several diseases can be associated with crusting of the muzzle and erosion ulceration necrosis and occasionally vesiculation of the oral mucosa
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