Mastitis

An inflammation of the mammary gland (or glands), usually caused by bacteria.
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Mastitis

Systemic antibiotics may or may not reach high levels in the gland itself, though. There are no intramammary medications specifically for horses, but I suspect one of the dry cow treatments might be of benefit, in which case the thing to do might be to strip the gland once, then infuse it. I'd advise caution and careful technique though. It has bee
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mastitis

An infection and inflammation of the udder in cows.
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mastitis

Inflammation of milk-producing glands in a cow's udder, caused by bacteria. Mastitis can be treated with antibiotics.
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Mastitis

Inflammation of the udders of a cow resulting from bacterial infection.
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mastitis

[n] - inflammation of a breast (or udder)
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mastitis

An inflammation of the breast, which sometimes develops into an infection. Symptoms include fever, soreness, and swelling. It occurs in about one in 20 breastfeeding mothers at some time during lactation, most commonly between the tenth and 28th days postnatally.
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Mastitis

inflammation of the breast, which is usually caused by a bacterial infection
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Mastitis

Mastitis: Inflammation of one or more mammary glands within the breast, usually in a lactating woman. It can be felt as a hard, sore spot within the breast. Mastitis can be caused by an infection in the breast or by a plugged milk duct. Treatment is by rest, applying warm compresses to the affected area, and for those who are lactating, nursing or
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Mastitis

Mas·ti'tis noun [ Greek masto`s breast + -itis .] (Medicine) Inflammation of the breast.
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mastitis

<pathology> Inflammation of the mammary gland or breast. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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mastitis

noun inflammation of a breast (or udder)
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mastitis

(mas-ti´tis) inflammation of the breast, usually from an infection.
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Mastitis

• (n.) Inflammation of the breast.
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mastitis

inflammation of the breast in women or of the udder in sheep, swine, and cattle. Acute mastitis in women is a sudden infectious inflammation caused ... [4 related articles]
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mastitis

(mast- + -itis) inflammation of the mammary gland, or breast.
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Mastitis

Mastitis is the inflammation of breast tissue. S. aureus is the most common etiological organism responsible, but S. epidermidis and streptococci are occasionally isolated as well. == Terminology == Popular usage of the term mastitis varies by geographic region. Outside the US it is commonly used for puerperal and nonpuerperal cases, in the US the
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Mastitis

An infection of the udder. If left untreated it can severely damage the ability of a cow or sheep to produce milk.
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Mastitis

Infection of a milk duct and severe inflammation of the breast. Mastitis is most often seen in nursing mothers. Symptoms include fever, a sluggish feeling and a red, warm, painful area of the breast. The infection is easily treated with massage, warm compresses, continued breastfeeding from the infected side (and non infected side) and antibioti...
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mastitis

mastitis (măstī'tis) , inflammation of the breast. Mastitis most commonly occurs in nursing mothers between the first and third weeks after childbirth, usually of the first child. It is an infection that results when bacteria enter through cracked nipples; the organisms may already b...
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mastitis

Type: Term Pronunciation: mas-tī′tis Definitions: 1. Inflammation of the breast. Synonyms: mastadenitis
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Mastitis

Inflammation of the breast or udder.
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MASTITIS

Inflammation of one or more mammary glands.
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mastitis

A condition in which breast tissue is inflamed. It is usually caused by an infection and is most often seen in nursing mothers.
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Mastitis

infection and inflammation of the mammary tissue, usually after whelping.
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