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Effect of route of infection on clinical signs of Aujeszky's disease in cattle



Effect of route of infection on clinical signs of Aujeszky's disease in cattle



Tierarztliche Umschau 41(1): 12...25



Eight female cattle, 2-18 months of age, kept in controlled-climate isolation stalls, were inoculated by various routes with the bovine strain of Aujeszky virus Arnsberg 17/82. Cattle infected through the respiratory tract (intranasally, intrabronchially or aerosol) exhibited restlessness, pruritus and local paralysis in the head region, dyspnoea, spasms of head and neck muscles, and rumen tympany. Signs lasted less than 24 h.

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