Foot and mouth disease (often abbreviated FMD) is a contagious viral disease of cloven-hooved animals. The symptoms are fairly similar across the affected species (pigs, sheep, goats, cattle): vesicles/blisters/ulcers in the oral cavity and around the coronary band just above the keratinaceous hoof; affected animals typically have a moderate fever, decreased feed and water consumption, and signs of general malaise (lethargy, mental dullness, decreased reaction to external stimuli). In a naive population, infection rates will approach 100%, although mortality rates tend to be less than 5%.
Symptoms of hand, foot, and mouth disease include fever, sore throat, loss of appetite, and a rash or red blisters on the inside of the mouth.
There is no cure for hand foot and mouth disease. There are things you can do to relieve the symptoms though.
you may find that animals will have blisters at the mouth and on the hooves
It is more properly called "Hoof and mouth" disease, from the places where farmers would first notice the symptoms in their cattle.
Foot in Mouth Disease was created on 2003-04-01.
Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease can only be found in human and it transmits from human to human. Foot and Mouth Disease, which is caused by other virus, is an infectious disease found in hoof animals such as cows, buffaloes, goats, sheep, pigs, etc. The Foot and Mouth Disease causes the animals to show symptoms in the mouths and at the hooves. The infected animals mostly survive. The disease does not be counted as human infectious disease. In the past, only a few patients reported with this disease and can be recovered by themselves without any treatment.
A person with hand foot and mouth disease is contagious during the first week that they are showing signs of the illness. They are also contagious for up to 2 weeks after their symptoms go away.
New Zealand is the country that has NOT yet had the "foot and mouth disease"
Sores on the hands, feet, and inside the mouth. It's usually contagious before the rash shows up though.
There is no country that has not had at least 1 case of foot and mouth disease. This disease is a very common viral infection.
foot and mouth disease
Fifth's Disease is known as the hand, foot and mouth disease. This is an infectious condition that is easily spread by children.
No. According to the CDC: "Hand, foot, and mouth disease is often confused with foot-and-mouth disease (also called hoof-and-mouth disease), a disease of cattle, sheep, and swine. However, the two diseases are caused by different viruses and are not related."
Foot and mouth, or hoof and mouth, disease is caused by a picornavirus. Cloven-footed animals catch and carry this disease - also, oddly enough, hedgehogs and elephants!
Mouth and genetal sores.
FMD is foot and mouth disease!
anyone can get hand foot and mouth diseases even kids
Patient feels vague weakness, has body-ache and then he develops fever and sore throat. He gets ulcers in the mouth. He develop rash on the body, specially on the palms and soles of the feet. It may become vesicular from maculopapular. These are the symptoms as well as signs of the disease.
Hand foot and mouth disease are not three different diseases. It's one disease that affects your hands, feet, mouth, and sometimes other areas. If you know for sure you have hfmd, you will probably get it on your hands and feet.
Coxsackievirus causes hand, foot, and mouth disease.
Yes, this disease is very contagious.
fever blisters diarrea
no its a virus