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Equine adenovirus 1 was recovered after four to six passages from two out of three cases of cauda equina neuritis (CEN) using kidney monolayers. Similar treatment of lumbo-sacral cord from six normal horses did not yield adenovirus. All three cases of CEN had antibodies to the neuritogenic myelin...

Author(s)
Edington, N.; Wright, J. A.; Patel, J. R.; Edwards, G. B.; Griffiths, L.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1984, 37, 2, pp 252-254
CABI Book Chapter Info
Cover for Neurological and locomotory conditions.

This chapter gives an overview of the different neurological and locomotory conditions affecting working equines (horses and donkeys). The clinical signs, diagnosis and treatment of these diseases are emphasized. The neurological locations and associated signs, approach to the equine neurological...

Author(s)
Duncanson, G. R.
ISBN
2010 CABI (H ISBN 9781845936556)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

In five horses with paresis due to EHV-1 infection, diagnosed by the CF test, the diagnosis was confirmed in three horses by rises in serum neutralizing antibody titres and in one horse by isolation of the virus from the CNS. In one of the horses with progressive paraplegia, percentage binding of...

Author(s)
Klingeborn, B.; Dinter, Z.; Hughes, R. A. C.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, B, 1983, 30, 2, pp 137-140
Abstract

Groups of 5 or 6 Welsh ponies were inoculated by intranasal swab and nebulizer with equine herpesvirus type 1 (EHV-1) subtype 1 from a paralysed horse (105.5 TCID50) or from an outbreak of abortion (105.3 TCID50) or with EHV-1 subtype 2 from a respiratory tract infection (105.5 TCID50), or equine...

Author(s)
Bridges, C. G.; Edington, N.
Citation
Clinical and Experimental Immunology, 1986, 65, 1, pp 172-181
Abstract

The structure and function of the nervous system are considered and a mode of action is postulated. Clinical examination is largely restricted to observation of posture and various movements, including negotiating a steep slope and rising from lateral recumbency; reflexes which may be usefully...

Author(s)
Rooney, J. R.
Citation
Clinical neurology of the horse., 1971, pp x + 104 pp.
Abstract

An exhaustive study over a period of three years of the clinical symptoms and, when possible, the pathological anatomy of Army horses under constant veterinary supervision has led the authors to conclude that many of the sequelae of strangles and equine infectious bronchitis are of an allergic...

Author(s)
Eberbeck, E.; Hemmert-halswick, A.
Publisher
Springer, Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur wissenschaftliche und praktische Tierheilkunde, 1943, 78, pp 334-351
Abstract

This review covering disorders of the c.n.s. is based on personal studies over the years rather than on "recent advances" alone. The emphasis is on pathology in its widest sense, a study of cause and effect together with the field history and clinical signs. There is a considerable gap in...

Author(s)
Innes, J. R. M.; Saunders, L. Z.
Publisher
New York (& London): Academic Press Inc.,
Citation
Advances in veterinary Science, 1957, 3, pp 33-196 pp.

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