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Material from 14 horses, two foals and four mules from widely separated parts of Spain were studied. Clinical reports indicated gastrointestinal disturbance more prominent than CNS involvement; some cases were of the respiratory type. The gross lesions are detailed. Diagnosis was confirmed by...

Sanchez Botija, R.
Revista del Patronato de Biologia Animal, 1971, 15, No.4, pp 349-367