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This article opens with a very complete and critical review of the equine affections described variously under one or other of the above names from the time when JENNER (1800) attributed the origin of cow-pox to an affection involving the heels of horses and described simply by him under the name...

Jong, D. A. De
Folia Microbiologica, 1916, 4, 3, pp 239-266

This author furnishes a good clinical record of the above disease as it occurs among British army horses in France. The number of outbreaks and cases dealt with is unfortunately omitted.
The disease is defined as " a contagious disease characterized by vesicular eruptions in the mouth with...

Burton, A. C.
Veterinary Journal, 1917, 73, 7, pp 234-242 pp.