Fatal ulcerative and hemorrhagic typhlocolitis in a pregnant heifer associated with natural bovine enterovirus type-1 infection.

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One 2-year-old, 7.5 months pregnant Aberdeen Angus out of a herd of 100 apparently healthy cows, died within 10 hours of hospitalization. At necropsy, multiple foci of mucosal hemorrhage and ulceration were observed in the spiral colon and cecum. Virus isolation from intestinal lesions yielded a cytopathic virus, which was revealed by electron microscopy to… (More)

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@article{BlsMachado2007FatalUA, title={Fatal ulcerative and hemorrhagic typhlocolitis in a pregnant heifer associated with natural bovine enterovirus type-1 infection.}, author={Uriel Bl{\'a}s-Machado and Jeremiah T. Saliki and Meaghan Boileau and S Denise Goens and Shannon L. Caseltine and John Duffy and Rory Welsh}, journal={Veterinary pathology}, year={2007}, volume={44 1}, pages={110-5} }