Porcine atrophic rhinitis.


In snouts of pigs from 5 of 8 piggeries in New South Wales examined, there was evidence of severe atrophic rhinitis. In 220 pigs examined from one piggery there was no correlation between the severity of atrophic rhinitis and growth rate or back-fat thickness. There was also no correlation between the extent of lung pathology and back-fat thickness… (More)


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@article{Love1985PorcineAR, title={Porcine atrophic rhinitis.}, author={Richard J. Love and Mary R. Wilson and G R W Tasler}, journal={Australian veterinary journal}, year={1985}, volume={62 11}, pages={377-8} }