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Pathologic findings in swine affected with a virulent strain of Aujeszky's virus



Pathologic findings in swine affected with a virulent strain of Aujeszky's virus



Pathologia Veterinaria 3(1): 64-82



The microscopic lesions of Aujeszky's disease associated with severe clinical signs in mature pigs were studied in 46 naturally and experimentally infected pigs, 2 dogs, a sheep, and 5 experimentally infected rabbits. The lesions in pigs were characteristically severe, non-suppurative, necrotizing panen-cephalomyelitis, meningitis, and ganglioneuritis. In naturally infected pigs the anterior regions of the c.n.s. were most severely involved.

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DOI: 10.1177/030098586600300104


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