Cattle Medicine Q&A 06

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In mid-autumn a farmer reports a single beef cow which is febrile (40.0°C (104.0°F)) and appears stiff and very reluctant to move due to swelling of the coronary band at the top of the hooves. There is a serous to mucopurulent nasal discharge and there are erosions on the muzzle with sloughing of the mucosa. There is lacrimation but no obvious eye lesions.

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