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Tuberculosis in camelids: a review
|Author(s) :||U. Wernery & J. Kinne|
Tuberculosis is a chronic, contagious, granulomatous disease caused by mycobacterial species belonging to the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex. Camelids were not considered highly susceptible to tuberculosis, but in recent years increased numbers of cases have been experienced in some countries. In most of the cases, transmission probably occurs through contact with infected cattle or wildlife. None of the ante-mortem tests currently available can consistently provide accurate diagnosis of the infection in live camelids. Recently developed serological assays have the potential for rapid and accurate diagnosis of tuberculosis but still need to be validated.
Camelids – Camelid tuberculosis – Clinical signs – Control – Diagnosis – Epidemiology – Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex – Pathology.