Vesicular Stomatitis

Vesicular Stomatitis - Incubation = 2-3 days ** Clinically...

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   Virus 2 major serotypes: New Jersey, Indiana Seen in North and South America o endemic in the warmer regions of the Western Hemisphere Transmitted : contact with saliva fluid from ruptured lesions ** Insects can transmit it Symptoms : excessive salivation fever blanched regions on the hooves vesicles on tongue, mouth and lips
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Unformatted text preview: Incubation = 2-3 days ** Clinically indistinguishable from:-Foot and Mouth-Swine Vesicular Disease-Vesicular Exanthema ** Symptoms similar to:-Bovine Viral Diarrhea-Influenza 80-90% morbidity --- low mortality recover within 2 weeks Prevention : VESICULAR STOMATITIS Insect control...
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course AVS 332 taught by Professor Launer during the Spring '08 term at Rhode Island.

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Vesicular Stomatitis - Incubation = 2-3 days ** Clinically...

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