Neonatal Mortality, Vesicular Lesions and Lameness Associated with Senecavirus A in a U.S. Sow Farm.

@article{Canning2016NeonatalMV,
  title={Neonatal Mortality, Vesicular Lesions and Lameness Associated with Senecavirus A in a U.S. Sow Farm.},
  author={P Canning and Astrid Medina Canon and Jessica L. Bates and K F Gruber Gerardy and Daniel Correia Lima Linhares and Pablo E. Pi{\~n}eyro and Kent J. Schwartz and K-J Yoon and Chris Rademacher and Derald J. Holtkamp and Locke A. Karriker},
  journal={Transboundary and emerging diseases},
  year={2016},
  volume={63 4},
  pages={373-8}
}
A 300-sow farrow-to-finish swine operation in the United States experienced a sudden and severe increase in mortality in neonatal piglets with high morbidity followed by vesicular lesions on the snout and feet of adult females and males. Affected live piglets were submitted for diagnostic investigation. Samples tested polymerase chain reaction (PCR) negative for foot-and-mouth disease virus, porcine delta coronavirus, porcine epidemic diarrhoea virus, porcine rotavirus types A, B and C… CONTINUE READING