Equine viral arteritis: current status and prevention.

  title={Equine viral arteritis: current status and prevention.},
  author={Gilbert R Holyoak and Udeni B R Balasuriya and Charles C Broaddus and Peter Joseph Timoney},
  volume={70 3},
Recently, there has been increased interest in equine viral arteritis (EVA) among veterinarians and horse owners. Outbreaks of the disease were identified initially in New Mexico, USA in 2006, and in the Normandy region of France in the summer of 2007. Both occurrences were associated with AI of cool-shipped semen. Each was linked to respiratory illness, neonatal death, abortion, development of carrier stallions, and cancellation of equestrian events. In light of the increased interest, this… CONTINUE READING

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