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Borna disease (BD), caused by mammalian Bornavirus (BoDV), is a sporadically occurring neurological disease characterized by a multifocal, non suppurative meningoencephalitis associated with high mortality rate. The disease mainly affects horses and sheep, but a wide range of species have been...

Author(s)
Gambini, M.; Mandara, M. T.
Publisher
Medicina Viva, Parma, Italy
Citation
Rassegna di Medicina Felina, 2017, 21, 4, pp 6-16
Abstract

A one-year-old female domestic cat showing progressive locomotor and neurological problems for 4 weeks was euthanized and examined. On autopsy, the brain was macroscopically normal. Test results for rabies, feline spongiform encephalopathy, feline infectious peritonitis, feline immunodeficiency ...

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Bosschere, H. de; Roels, S.; Vanopdenbosch, E.; Bode, L.; Ludwig, H.
Publisher
Therapeutic Solutions LLC, Newtown, USA
Citation
International Journal of Applied Research in Veterinary Medicine, 2004, 2, 3, pp 189-194
Abstract

Background: Borna disease virus (BDV) can infect many vertebrate species, including humans. BDV infection may lead to meningoencephalomyelitis in animals. An association with human neuropsychiatric diseases has been reported, but the causal relationship between BDV and human disease remains...

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Kinnunen, P. M.; Billich, C.; Ek-Kommonen, C.; Henttonen, H.; Kallio, E. R. K.; Niemimaa, J.; Palva, A.; Staeheli, P.; Vaheri, A.; Vapalahti, O.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Journal of Clinical Virology, 2007, 38, 1, pp 64-69
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Cover for bone, foot diseases and lameness in small ruminants

Lameness or disordered gait is a common clinical sign in small ruminants (goats, sheep and deer). Inability or reluctance to move or changed gait in...

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Cover for nervous system diseases of small ruminants

Nervous diseases in small ruminants occur sporadically, rarely does the incidence exceed more than one to two per cent of the population at risk....

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