infectious necrotic hepatitis
a usually fatal infectious disease of sheep, and occasionally cattle, pigs, and horses, caused by multiplication of Clostridium novyi in areas of hepatic necrosis from liver flukes, with resultant septicemia. Called also black disease.

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