Anne C de Lara

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INTRODUCTION The Susac syndrome is made up of the clinical triad: encephalopathy, visual and hearing defects. It is caused by microangiopathy of unknown origin affecting the small arteries of the brain, retina and cochlea. It is very uncommon. It mainly affects young women. The course of the illness is usually monophasic and self-limiting. The deficit of(More)
Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae causes a chronic respiratory infection in pigs and its transmission occurs mainly by direct contact and by vertical transmission (sow-to-piglet). The objective of this study was to assess the detection dynamics and persistence of M. hyopneumoniae natural infection in replacement gilts. Forty-four twenty-day-old gilts were selected(More)
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