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Equine viral arteritis



Equine viral arteritis



Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 581: 429-433



Equine viral arteritis (EVA) is an important if uncommon disease of horses. Potential economic losses attributable to EVA include direct losses from abortion, pneumonia in neonates, and febrile disease in performance horses. Indirect losses are those associated with national and international trade/animal movement regulations, particularly those pertaining to persistently infected carrier stallions and their semen.

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