Joints, ears, and navels!

  • Sarah M. Depenbrock UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
Keywords: septic arthritis, otitis, omphalitis, omphalophlebitis, omphaloarteritis, urachitis

Abstract

Infectious diseases of the joints, ears, and umbilicus are common diseases of the calf. Many different infectious agents can play a role in disease at these different anatomic sites. Combinations of these diseases often present in the same population of calves, and the problem can often be traced back to inappropriate colostrum management practices. This review provides an overview of septic arthritis, otitis, and navel ill in calves as well as a brief discussion on colostrum management practices.

Author Biography

Sarah M. Depenbrock, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

Assistant Professor or Livestock Medicine

Published
2020-02-20
Section
Beef Sessions