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Category: Diseases and their Remedies

Worms in the brain occasionally occur, causing great uneasiness to the
animal and generally proving fatal.

The symptoms are, loss of appetite; suspended rumination; a fevered
condition of the system; horns and ears hot; respiration disturbed; coat
staring, etc. No course of treatment will prove efficacious in this
disease.

Pressure on the brain may occur from an accumulation of water, tumors,
bruises, etc., in the cranial case. In either case, the same effects are
produced as are observed in apoplexy.





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