Whatever the conditions described here need basic knowledge of veterinary microbiology, pathology, and medicine because these conditions produce similar signs and symptoms in animal patients. 

These conditions are therefore written for veterinarians and experts involve in goat farming and management.


Bleeding Disorders
Blood loss anemia § Coccidiosis § External parasites § Fasciola hepatica § Haemonchus § Trauma - Cardiovascular - Congential afibrinogenemia (saanens) - Digestive - Hemolytic anemia § Anaplasma § Babesia § Clostridum § Copper toxicity § Eperythrozoon § Kale § Leptospirosis § Oak § Theleria - Impaired erythropoiesis § Chronic infection (paratuberculosis) § Nutritional (cobalt, copper, iron) § Toxic (fluorosis, bracken fern) - Liver and pancreas - Musculoskeletal - Neurological ocular - Pancytopenia (bracken fern) - Reproductive - Respiratory - Sudden death - Thrombocytopenia (trypanosomes) - Urinary - Wasting


Blindness
Blind staggers (selenium toxicity) - Border disease - Brain abscess - Brain edema - Brain tumor - Bright blindness (bracken fern) - Caprine arthritis and encephalitis virus (CAE) - Congenital - Encephalitis - Enterotoxemia - Hydrocephalus - Idiopathic hepatits - Keratoconjunctivitis - Ketosis - Poisonous plants - Polioencephalomalacia / thiamine deficiency - Pregnancy toxemia - Scrapie - Tapeworm larvae - Vitamin A deficiency


Circling
Borna - Brain abscess - Brain neoplasia - Brain tumor - Caprine arthritis and encephalitis virus (CAE) - Cervical vertebral osteomyelitis - Cowdriosis / Heartwater - Encephalitis - Encephalomalacia - Gid - Insecticides - Listeria - Nitrofuran overdose - Otitis - Parasite migration - Polioencephalomalacia / thiamine deficiency* - Pseudorabies - Rabies – Selenium
*In certain conditions growing kids may show thiamine deficiency due to sub-acute bloat conditions. 


Colic
Acidosis - Bloat - Constipation - Diarrhea - Foreign body - Hypocalcemia / hypomagnesemia - Intussusception - Labor - Peritonitis - Pregnancy - Tetanus - Urinary calculi - Uterine torsion - Coma - Carbamate - Chlorinated hydrocarbons - Enterotoxemia - Head trauma - Hepatoencephalopathy - Meningoencephalitis - Milk fever - Milkweed - Organophosphate - Oxalate - Polioencephalomalacia / thiamine deficiency - Pregnancy toxemia - Pseudorabies - Salt toxicity - Uremia


Convulsions
Anthrax - Bacterial meningoencephalitis - Borna - Brain neoplasia - Brain tumor / abscess - Cowdriosis / Heartwater* - Cyanide poisoning - Enterotoxemia - Gid - Hepatoencephalopathy - Hypocalcemia - Hypoglycemia - Hypomagnesemic tetany - Insecticides - Lead - Lidocaine - Polioencephalomalacia / thiamine deficiency - Pregnancy toxemia - Pseudorabies - Rabies - Salt toxicity - Tetanus – Trauma
*not found in India


Cough
Abscessed lymph node(s) - Ammonia / other fumes - Bacterial pneumonia - Caprine arthritis and encephalitis virus (CAE) - Caseous lymphadenitis (CLA) - Choke - Contagious caprine pleuropneumonia - Cryptococcosis - Dusty / moldy hay - Dysphagia / neurological disease - Heart failure - Lungworms - Parasitic bronchitis - Pasteurellosis - Parainfluenza virus type 3 (PI3) - Tracheal stenosis - Trauma - Tuberculosis


Cyclic Irregularities—Female
Campylobacteriosis - Cystic ovaries - Early / late in breeding season - Endometritis - Heat stress - Leptospirosis - Poor body condition


Deformed Hooves
Chronic foot rot - Laminitis - Poor trimming - Selenium toxicity - Zinc deficiency


Dermatology Diseases by Type
Bacterial § Actinobacillosis § Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis § Dermatophilosis § Staphylococcal dermatitis - Environmental § Frost bite - Fungal § Dermatophytosis § Ringworm § Yeast - Neoplasia § Melanoma § Papilloma § Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) - Nutritional § Copper deficiency § Iodine deficiency § Selenium toxicity § Vitamin A deficiency § Vitamin E / Selenium deficiency § Zinc deficiency - Parasitic § Chorioptic mange § Cutaneous myasis § Demodectic mange § Fleas § Keds § Lice § Parelaphostrongylosis § Pelodera § Psoroptic mange § Sarcoptic mange § Ticks § Warbles - Photosensitization § Chronic fluke damage § Congenital porphyria § Liver disease § Phenothiazines § St. John’s wart § Toxins - Viral § Bluetongue § Caprine herpesvirus § Capripox § Foot and mouth disease § Orf § Vescicular stomatitis

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Diseases of Goats - Differential Diagnosis, Part - 2

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Diseases of Goats - Differential Diagnosis, Part - 2