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The disease was first observed in 1918 when an outbreak occurred in a stud in Botochani, when 45 out of 100 horses had it and 40 died within a period of two months. Bacteriological examinations yielded negative results.
In June, 1921, the disease again came under observation among a number of ...

Stoicesco, G.
Archiva Veterinaria, 1921, 15, 6, pp 229-236 pp.