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Canine distemper infection associated with acute nervous signs in dogs

, : Canine distemper infection associated with acute nervous signs in dogs. Veterinary Record 130(14): 291-293

Eight vaccinated dogs suddenly developed progressive ataxia, paresis or paralysis of short duration. A histopathological examination detected a non-suppurative meningoencephalitis suggestive of a viral infection, and immunohistochemical examination confirmed the presence of canine distemper virus antigen in 5 of the dogs.

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