Pathological changes in horses dying with equine influenza in Australia, 2007.

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Analysis of pathology results from the 2007 equine influenza (EI) outbreak in Australia indicate that young foals in naïve horse populations are prone to developing broncho-interstitial pneumonia, and that this can be a rare manifestation of EI virus infection in mature horses. All horses may develop secondary bacterial bronchopneumonia, with mature horses… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1751-0813.2011.00731.x

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@article{Begg2011PathologicalCI, title={Pathological changes in horses dying with equine influenza in Australia, 2007.}, author={Angela P. Begg and Rachel Reece and Steven I Hum and Whitney A. Townsend and An Gordon and Joan B Carrick}, journal={Australian veterinary journal}, year={2011}, volume={89 Suppl 1}, pages={19-22} }