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Abstract

Five of 10 pregnant, lactating mares, each with a foal at foot, developed neurological disease. Three of them became recumbent, developed complications and were euthanased; of the two that survived, one aborted an equine herpesvirus type 1 (EHV-1)-positive fetus 68 days after the first signs were...

Author(s)
Studdert, M. J.; Hartley, C. A.; Dynon, K.; Sandy, J. R.; Slocombe, R. F.; Charles, J. A.; Milne, M. E.; Clarke, A. F.; El-Hage, C.
Publisher
British Veterinary Association, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2003, 153, 14, pp 417-423
Abstract

Intrauterine infection of a pregnant mare with equine herpesvirus type 2 (EHV 2) did not result in abortion, stillbirth or recognizable disease. Collection of uterine fluid by allantocentesis or amniocentesis 107 days after inoculation, confirmed that intrauterine infection was established. EHV 2...

Author(s)
Gleeson, L. J.; Studdert, M. J.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1977, 53, 8, pp 360-362
Abstract

The immunological and virological status of three foals in respect of equine herpesviruses (EHV) was established and the foals were sequentially infected with EHV2, EHV3 and EHV1. After experimental infection with EHV2, no clinical signs of disease were observed in any foal. Inoculation of EHV3...

Author(s)
Wilks, C. R.; Studdert, M. J.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1976, 52, 5, pp 199-203
Abstract

Equine herpesviruses (not type 1) were isolated from the eyes of two foals with conjunctivitis. Similar viruses were also isolated from the nasal cavities of both foals and from one other foal. The three foals also had acute respiratory disease that included a mucopurulent nasal discharge and lymph ...

Author(s)
Studdert, M. J.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1971, 47, No.9, pp 434-436
Abstract

Equine herpesviruses were isolated from nine horses in three outbreaks of respiratory disease. The horses had nasal discharge and decreased appetite. Body temp. was raised in some cases, and pharyngeal ulcers were sometimes present. The isolates varied considerably in cytopathogenicity for equine...

Author(s)
Turner, A. J.; Studdert, M. J.; Peterson, J. E.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1970, 46, pp 90-98

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