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Dermatose nodulaire contagieuse bovine : situation épidémiologique

Abstract : Contagious bovine lumpy skin disease is an enzootic viral disease in sub-Saharan Africa. After being detected for the first time in Turkey in November 2013, it then spread to Europe, first to the European part of Turkey in May 2015 and then to the Balkans. This article reviews the epidemiological situation of the disease in the Balkans and Turkey as of November 30, 2017. It reports on the protective effect of vaccination in countries that have benefited from high vaccination coverage, specifies the clinical manifestations and characteristics of the disease in infected EU countries and recalls the surveillance strategy implemented in France against this category 1 health hazard.
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Antoine Renaud. Dermatose nodulaire contagieuse bovine : situation épidémiologique. Bulletin épidémiologique : santé animale, alimentation, ANSES, 2020. ⟨anses-02951830⟩

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