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Recurrent ophthalmia in cattle

Recurrent ophthalmia in cattle

Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift 69: 358-359

An infectious specific recurrent eye disease in cattle kept under crowded conditions is described. Clinically it is not unlike periodic ophthalmia of horses. Symptoms included nasal discharge and increases in body temp. Leptospirosis, brucellosis and toxoplasmosis were excluded. A virus, so far unidentified, has been isolated.

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