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The pathogenesis of pseudorabies (Aujeszky's disease) virus infection of the reproductive tracts of boars and gilts



The pathogenesis of pseudorabies (Aujeszky's disease) virus infection of the reproductive tracts of boars and gilts



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 43(11): 3499



Boars inoculated intrapreputially or intranasally with Aujeszky's virus showed poor semen quality for 1-2 weeks from about 10-14 days after inoculation. Tail abnormalities were the first observed, and then about 4 weeks after inoculation, head abnormalities appeared, mainly cystic acrosome, detached and double heads. PM lesions were lympho-histiocytic aggregates in the prepuce and penis, and lympho-histiocytic meningoencephalitis and ganglioneuritis.

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