Wide spreaded skin diseases in horses in Vojvodina region
Raširenost oboljenja kože kod konja na području Vojvodine
Article (Published version)
MetadataShow full item record
Within this research 274 horses were observed, out of 15 herds in Vojvodina region, with the aim to explore the etiology and pathogenesis of nodular dermatosis in horses. All the cases of skin lesions were found during one-year period, with the special emphasize on dermatosis of bacteriological etiology. All of the horses were clinically observed. Skin lesions were present in 43 out of 274 examined horses, what makes 15,69%. From those 43 cases of skin lesions, the most of them were nodular dermatosis, in 26 horses (60,46%). From most of those nodular changes (32,55%) infective cause was not isolated, while in 27,90% of the cases bacteria were isolated. From nodular lesions, in 5 cases Staphylococcus aureus was isolated (11,62%), in 4 cases Staphylococcus intermedius (9,30%) and in 3 cases Streptococcus β haemolyticus which was 6,97% from all dermatosis. From the rest of dermatosis, most of the cases were injuries (20,93%), than dermatophytosis (13,95%) and urticaria (4,65%). With core...llative analysys the significant influence of nodular and other changes in skin on haematological values was not found.
U cilju ispitivanja raširenosti dermatoza kod konja na području Vojvodine klinički je pregledano 274 grla različitih rasa u ukupno 15 zapata. Ispitivani konji su, osim fizičkom pregledu, bili podvrgnuti odgovarajućim citološkim, parazitološkim, bakteriološkim, mikološkim i hematološkim ispitivanjima pri čemu su u 12 slučajeva dokazane bakterije, u 6 gljivice, u 14 hipersenzitivna reakcija na ubod insekata, u 2 urtikarija i u 9 slučajeva traumatske ozlede.
Keywords:horse / skin / nodular dermatosis / groom / herd / konji / dermatologija / nodularne dermatoze / etiopatogeneza
Source:Savremena poljoprivreda, 2006, 55, 3-4, 123-127
- Univerzitet u Novom Sadu - Poljoprivredni fakultet, Novi Sad i Naučni institut za ratarstvo i povrtarstvo, Novi Sad