Procedures for diagnosis - epidemiological data , Biology

Procedures for diagnosis
Epidemiological data:
 

The epidemiological information with regard to the history, symptoms, morbidity, mortality, seasonality, age, sex, breed and species susceptibility, contiguousness; role of vectors, air, water, domestic/wild animals in the spread of the disease is of great help to suspect the involvement of a particular pathogen, so as to make further task of identifying the disease easy.

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