Diseases of feedlot lambs Disease Cause Signs Coccidiosis Three to four types of Diarrhea coccidia peculiar to sheep Bloody feces Salmonellosis Salmonella organisms Depression Diarrhea Elevated temperature Pasteurellosis Several organisms Forced breathing (Pneumonia) including pasteurella Nasal discharge Elevated temperature Enterotoxemia Clostridium perfringens Sudden death (Overeating) Type D Depression Convulsion Contagious Ecthyma Virus Lesions on lips, muzzle, udder, foot, head Polioencephalamocia Acute thiamine deficiency Blindness Circling Depression Watery eyes Listeriosis L.
What does CE stand for?
CE stands for Contagious Ecthyma (orf in Goats; aka sore mouth)
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Blackleg (1970, 1995) and the contagious ecthyma (1999) were probably introduced into the country by live ruminants imported from Madagascar (9).
This additional observation seems to prove that viruses isolated from chamois and ibex represent an adaptation of the same virus infecting domestic species rather than a separate viral species, despite the fact that the cause of contagious ecthyma in chamois is still considered a tentative species among the PPV genus by official taxonomy (9).