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Sustronck, B.; Muylle, E.; Geest, J. de; Smidt, M. de
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Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift, 1990, 59, 4, pp 151-154
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Four pure-bred Arabian foals showed severe central nervous symptoms at 3 weeks to 3 months of age. The clinical diagnosis "cerebellar abiotrophy" was established and later confirmed histopathologically in 3 of the cases (one foal was not available for autopsy). The main clinical signs consisted of...

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Gerber, H.; Gaillard, C.; Fatzer, R.; Marti, E.; Pfistner, B.; Sustronck, B.; Ueltschi, G.; Meier, H. P.; Herholz, C.; Straub, R.; Geissbühler, U.; Gerber, V.
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Pferdeheilkunde, 1995, 11, 6, pp 423-431
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Cudd, T. A.; Mayhew, I. G.; Cottrill, C. M.
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Equine Veterinary Journal, 1989, 21, 5, pp 378-381
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Hydrops allantois was diagnosed in two Haflinger mares with severe abdominal distension. Both mares were seven months pregnant. Abortion was induced with two injections of prostaglandin six hours apart, followed by further manual dilation of the cervix and administration of oxytocin the next day....

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Waelchli, R. O.; Ehrensperger, F.
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Veterinary Record, 1988, 123, 20, pp 513-514
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Beech, J.
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Proceedings, 22nd annual convention, American Association of Equine Practitioners,, 1977, pp 77-78
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Six Arab foals and yearlings with a neurological syndrome characterized by ataxia, head tremor and defective blink reflex were investigated. Five of these horses were submitted for P.M. examination, and cerebellar hypoplasia was diagnosed histologically; there was no significant gross abnormality....

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Palmer, A. C.; Blakemore, W. F.; Cook, W. R.; Platt, H.; Whitwell, K. E.
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Veterinary Record, 1973, 93, No.3, pp 62-66
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Part I is a study of hereditary cerebellar ataxia in Jersey calves. The symptoms are present at birth or appear during the first week of life. Death ensues one or two weeks after symptoms appear. Pathologically there is an anomaly of the cerebellum and midbrain, consisting of a lack of development...

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Saunders, L. Z.
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Cornell,
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Thesis, 1951, pp 107 pp.
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Cover for Akabane virus infection

Akabane virus (AKA virus) is a Culicoides transmitted teratogenic virus, which infects bovine, ovine and caprine fetuses in utero causing congenital...

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Menangle virus was discovered in an outbreak of stillborn pigs with congenital deformities in a large piggery in New South Wales, Australia in 1997....

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Japanese encephalitis (JE) is a mosquito-borne viral disease in animals and humans. Many domestic and wild animals are susceptible to the JE virus....

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