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West Nile virus activity in Manitoba was documented for the first time by the collection of an infected crow found on July 8, 2002, in Winnipeg. West Nile virus was identified as the cause of death for a large number of domestic geese at a single farm in southern Manitoba in August. Of the 5 differently aged cohorts on the affected farm, which included 2… (More)
The feasibility of prolonging the delivery interval of the fetus or fetuses in multiple gestations after the preterm delivery of one fetus has been demonstrated. Five clinical reports and a literature review served as the database for this study. Pregnancy was extended in each of five patients with multiple gestations after the extreme preterm delivery of… (More)
The protozoan, Klossiella equi was found in the kidneys of an aged Shetland mare raised in the Fredericton area of New Brunswick. This is the first published report of K. equi in a horse in Canada. The microscopic appearance of the parasite in the kidney is described. A brief discussion of other conditions seen in the horse is also presented.