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Atrophic rhinitis in pigs: proposal for a revised definition



Atrophic rhinitis in pigs: proposal for a revised definition



Veterinary Record 122(8): 190-191



The authors propose the name non-progressive atrophic rhinitis (AR) for the slight to severe and usually transient turbinate atrophy in which no toxigenic Pasteurella multocida is found, when there are no clinical signs and there is no obvious growth retardation. They propose the name progressive atrophic rhinitis for the infection with toxigenic P. multocida (capsular serotype D and A strains) characterized by shortening or distortion of the snout, sneezing, nasal discharge and epistaxis.

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