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Epizootic lymphangitis

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Epizootic lymphangitis

Lymphangitis primarily involving the lymph channels of the skin of the legs and chest of horses and mules in Europe, asia, and Africa; the causative agent is histoplasma capsulatum var. Farciminosum.

Synonym: lymphangitis epizootica.