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Abstract

Diffuse clouding of the cornea ('corneal oedema', 'blue eye') of sudden onset and usually transient duration and with accompanying anterior uveitis, may be attributable to natural infection with canine adenovirus type 1 (CAV-1) or to vaccination with live modified virus. It is now recognized that...

Author(s)
Curtis, R.; Barnett, K. C.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1983, 112, 15, pp 347-353
Abstract

Nine beagles, serologically negative for ICH, were inoculated i/v with attenuated CAV-2 vaccine. They were killed at daily intervals until day 8 and thereafter on day 10 and day 13. No adverse clinical reactions were seen and the PM findings were negligible. No changes were seen in the eye. Virus...

Author(s)
Curtis, R.; Jemmett, J. E.; Furminger, I. G. S.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1978, 103, 17, pp 380-381
Abstract

A series of referred cases of CAV-1 induced ocular disease suggested high susceptibility of the Afghan Hound. Of a litter of Afghan Hound puppies inoculated with a commercial vaccine containing attenuated CAV-1, three developed corneal oedema, and the litter as a whole showed marked febrile and...

Author(s)
Curtis, R.; Barnett, K. C.
Citation
Cornell Veterinarian, 71, 1, pp 85-95