Caprine Herpesvirus-2 in Association with Naturally Occurring Malignant Catarrhal Fever in Captive Sika Deer (Cervus Nippon)

@article{Keel2003CaprineHI,
  title={Caprine Herpesvirus-2 in Association with Naturally Occurring Malignant Catarrhal Fever in Captive Sika Deer (Cervus Nippon)},
  author={M. K. Keel and Patterson J. Gage and T. Noon and G. Bradley and J. K. Collins},
  journal={Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation},
  year={2003},
  volume={15},
  pages={179 - 183}
}
  • M. K. Keel, Patterson J. Gage, +2 authors J. K. Collins
  • Published 2003
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation
  • Three female sika deer from a single captive herd were submitted for postmortem examination over a 139-day period. The first 2 deer submitted were reported to have lost body mass for 20 days to 1 month before euthanasia. One of these deer had diarrhea, the other had a crusting dermatitis on the nasal planum and inner aspects of both pinnae. The third hind did not have any signs of disease before it was found seizuring and was immediately euthanatized. Microscopically, all 3 animals had a… CONTINUE READING
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