FRONTIERS IN VETERINARY SCIENCE 03/03/16 Spatial and Temporal Epidemiology of Lumpy Skin Disease in the Middle East, 2012–2015. Introduction Lumpy Skin Disease virus (LSDV) is in the genus Capripoxvirus and family Poxviridae and is the causal agent of Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD), a transmissible disease of cattle with significant economic implications (1, 2).
The disease is characterized by large skin nodules covering the entire body of the animal, emaciation, poor milk production, and abortion. The severity of the clinical symptoms varies from acute to subclinical forms (1–3). Due to its observed economic impacts on the global cattle industry (4, 5), the World Organization of Animal Health (OIE) has classified LSDV as a notifiable disease. LSDV is mainly transmitted via arthropod vectors. Clinical cases consistent with LSDV were first observed in northern Zambia in 1929 (12). Control and prevention of LSDV in ME countries is largely dependent on the infrastructure of their veterinary services. Materials and Methods Data Source Figure 1. Ecological Niche Modeling. COMMISSION EUROPEENNE 18/05/17 Présentation : European Union Lumpy Skin Disease and other exotic diseases antigen/vaccine banks Current status, policy and future considerations.
FOOD AND VETERINARY AGENCY MADEDONIA via OIE 07/04/16 Lumpy Skin Disease in Republic of Macedonia. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-006178-16 Measures at regional level to contain lumpy skin disease, a contagious disorder affecting cattle. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-005992-16 Preventive measures to protect cattle from outbreaks of lumpy skin disease in Greece. EUROPE 14/09/16 Exotic animal diseases: The Commission and the Member States move to a more preventive strategy for Lumpy Skin Disease. Animal Health and Welfare (14-09-2016) Exotic animal diseases: The Commission and the Member States move to a more preventive strategy for Lumpy Skin Disease A new set of modern EU control and preventive measures to combat Lumpy Skin Disease (LSD) were endorsed today by Member State experts.
These new measures follow from the Ministerial Conference on LSD, co-organised earlier this month, by Commissioner Andriukaitis and the Bulgarian Minister of Agriculture Mrs Taneva. Ministers from 20 EU Member States and non-EU countries agreed in Sofia that there was a need to raise awareness on LSD at both technical and political level and to quickly review veterinary rules so as to enable the swift application of mass vaccination. The vaccination of cattle is recommended as the best disease control measure by scientists from the European Food Safety Authority. For more information, please see the Animal Health Regulatory Committee page. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question P-006154-16 Vaccination against contagious bovine lumpy skin disease. FLI_DE - SEPT 2016 - Carte de répartion Lumpy Skin Disease au 06/09/16. EUROPE 13/01/15 Présentation : Exotic diseases approaching EU EFSA mandates on PPR, sheep pox, lumpy skin disease.
AGES_AT 11/07/16 Lumpy Skin Disease. Lumpy skin disease ist seit vielen Jahren in Afrika endemisch.
Von dort breitete sich die Krankheit über Ägypten in Richtung Mittleren Osten nach Israel (ab 2006), Jordanien (2013), Libanon (2013) und Syrien aus. Die politische Situation und die damit verbundenen Migrationsbewegungen in Syrien trugen für eine weitere Verbreitung der Tierseuche nach Norden, in die Türkei (ab 2013), bei. Über Tierbewegungen und Vektorenverbreitung innerhalb der Türkei gelangte die Infektion nach Griechenland (2015), Georgien (2015), Russland (2015), Armenien (2016) und Azerbaijan (2014). Auch im Iran und im Irak fanden 2013 und 2014 Ausbrüche der Rinderseuche statt. 2015 wurde Lumpy skin disease bei Rindern auf der arabischen Halbinsel nachgewiesen. In Europa breitet sich die Tierseuche vom Evros Delta in Griechenland nach Norden aus.
Empfängliche in Europa vorkommende Tierarten sind Nutztiere und Wildwiederkäuer: Das genaue Wirtsspektrum für Europa ist noch nicht wissenschaftlich erfasst. FAS USDA 13/07/16 Contagious Lumpy Skin Disease Hits Cattle in Serbia_Belgrade_Serbia_7-8-2016. BMC Veterinary Research 2015, 11:135 Sero-prevalence of lumpy skin disease in selected districts of West Wollega zone, Ethiopia. Description of study areas The study was conducted in two selected districts (Gimbi and Lalo Asabi) of West Wollega Zone of Oromiya Regional State; Western Ethiopia.
West Wollega is one of the 18 Administrative Zones of Oromiya National Regional State. Administratively, the Zone has 21 districts, 19 of which are rural districts and 2 are urban administrations which are again subdivided into 533 kebele administrative units (487 rural and 46 urban Peasant Associations). Gimbi Town, which is located at a distance of 441 km from Addis Ababa, is the capital of the Zone, it is located between 8° 12'–10° 03' N and 34° 08'–36° 10' E.
The Zone shares borderes with Benishangul-Gumuz Regional State, Qellem Wollega Zone, East Wollega Zone, Illubabor Zone and Gambella Regional State in the Northwest, Northeast and east; West, East, and in the South directions, respectively. The annual rainfall pattern in the Zone decreases from East to West following the physiographic nature of the Zone.
Table 1. Animal Supply Chain and Animal Welfare Department (NL) 19/03/15 Contingency plan - Lumpy skin disease. Animal and Veterinary Sciences - MARS 2015 - Epidemiology, Economic Importance and Control Techniques of Lumpy Skin Diseases. Kafkas Univ Vet Fak Derg 21 (3): 417-420, 2015 The Detection of Lumpy Skin Disease Virus Infection by Clinical Findings and PCR Method in Turkey. EFSA - JANV 2015 - Présentation : Exotic diseases approaching EU EFSA mandates on PPR, sheep pox, lumpy skin disease. EUROPE - JANV 2015 – Présentation : Mission of the Community Veterinary Emergency Team to Cyprus SCOPE of the mission: Lumpy skin disease in cattle in Cyprus. ARC - LNR - MARS 2015 - SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF LUMPY SKIN DISEASE AND RIFT VALLEY FEVER ON THE SOUTH AFRICAN LIVESTOCK ECONOMY.
Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases Volume 6, Issue 2, March 2015, Lumpy skin disease: Attempted propagation in tick cell lines and presence of viral DNA in field ticks collected from naturally-infected cattle. Open Access Abstract.
EFSA 13/01/15 Scientific Opinion on lumpy skin disease. Following a request from the European Commission, the EFSA Panel on Animal Health and Welfare (AHAW Panel) was asked to deliver a scientific opinion on lumpy skin disease (LSD), in order to provide an update on the characterisation of the disease; to assess the risk of introduction into the European Union (EU) and the speed of spread, the risk of becoming endemic and its impact; and to determine if further measures are justified.
This request is linked to the recent and important spread of LSD throughout the Middle East, including Turkey, where it is now considered endemic. Regarding disease characterisation, the AHAW Panel reported that LSD is characterised by significant losses, especially in naive and young animals, due to chronic debility, reduced milk production and weight, infertility, abortion and death, but it is not a zoonosis. LSD is endemic in most African countries. The main prevention and control measures for LSD have been assessed. FOCUS 20/08/15 Bulgaria authorities stepping up preventive measures against lumpy skin disease.
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The aim of this study was to assess whether Rhipicephalus decoloratus ticks were able to transmit lumpy skin disease virus (LSDV) transovarially. Uninfected, laboratory-bred R. decoloratus larvae were placed to feed on experimentally infected “donor” cattle. After completion of the life cycle on donor animals, fully engorged adult female ticks were harvested and allowed to lay eggs. Larvae that hatched from these eggs were then transferred to feed on uninfected “recipient” cattle. Keywords. ECOLES VETERINAIRES - Cours en ligne de législation vétérinaire - Ensemble des polycopiés de maladies contagieuses réalisés par.
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OIE - 2013 - Code sanitaire pour les animaux terrestres. HACHAKLAIT - 2012 - Lumpy skin disease outbreak in Israel 2012. CONFEDERATION SUISSE - MARS 2013 - Lumpy Skin Disease (Dermatose nodulaire contagieuse) International Journal of Bioscience, Biochemistry and Bioinformatics, Vol. 3, No. 4, July 2013 Abattoir-Based Survey and Histopa.
FAO EMPRES - NOV 2013 -Emergence of lumpy skin disease in the Eastern Mediterranean Basin countries.