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Caliciviral infection among rabbits in the Leipzig region of Germany


, : Caliciviral infection among rabbits in the Leipzig region of Germany. 7 Arbeitstagung uber Haltung und Krankheiten der Kaninchen, Pelztiere und Heimtiere, 31 Mai bis 1 Juni 1990 in Celle: 253-256

In the Leipzig region, viral haemorrhagic septicaemia first occurred in October-November 1989, affecting 338 rabbits on 11 premises in 5 parishes. There was little evidence of septicaemia, but haemorrhages were present in the respiratory tract and digestive system.

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