DonLeonido / 01.10.2019
Taylorella equigenitalis in Horses. Contagious equine metritis (CEM) is an extremely contagious venereal disease that is acquired primarily via breeding. While this disease can be carried by either mares or stallions, it is the mare that suffers the ill effects of the infection. Taylorella equigenitalis in the Alcaligenaceae family is the bacteria responsible for contagious equine metritis. Contagious equine metritis is a highly contagious venereal disease that affects horses. Spread primarily through mating, the transferred bacteria responsible can cause.
Contagious equine metritis (CEM) is an acute, highly contagious venereal disease of horses (and experimentally of donkeys) characterized by a profuse.
Probably the most common condition that affects mares after foaling is septic metritis, which is an infection in the uterus. These uterine infections can affect the .
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