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Sub-typical hog cholera



Sub-typical hog cholera



Proc Ann Meet U S Live Stock Sanitary Assoc 51: 96-99



Case histories of outbreaks in 3 herds are given which the authors call sub-typical hog cholera and which by their definition is, "hog cholera in which the clinical course and/or symptoms, in terms of their intensity or magnitude are somewhat below and less definitive of the course and symptoms in most outbreaks.".

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