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Epidemiological and pathological evidence for the existence of swine enzootic pneumonia in rio grande do sul brazil


, : Epidemiological and pathological evidence for the existence of swine enzootic pneumonia in rio grande do sul brazil. Boletim do Instituto de Pesquisas Veterinarias "Desiderio Finamor" 4: 87-96

In a study of a respiratory problem in a pig herd in RGS [Rio Grande du Sol, Brazil], the authors found strong evidence to cite swine enzootic pneumonials the cause, based on epidemology and clinical data, and gross and microscopical pathological changes.

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