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bolitinos to oral infection with eight serotypes of epizootic haemorrhagic disease virus.
Health-care providers in areas with documented epizootic activity should consider WNV infection in persons with suspected viral meningitis (especially among adults) or encephalitis (regardless of age).
A blood sample from an infected seal from the 1988 epizootic was obtained from Albert Osterhaus, Erasmus University (Rotterdam, the Netherlands).
Epizootiology of an epizootic hemorrhagic disease outbreak in West Virginia.
According to British veterinary experts, the risk of the epizootic disease spreading to regions other than Surrey is "very low" from this point on.
This epizootic has been associated with raccoon rabies in domestic and wild animals, including one black bear and 31 white-tailed deer.
8 million, measures will be taken to curb and eradicate the new outbreaks of avian influenza, to increase epizootic readiness on the territory of the country and to compensate the owners of killed animals.
They believe that using the AM allergen in the set of diagnostic studies when differentiating tuberculin reactions in animals at arbitrarily satisfactory farmsteads allows understanding, to a certain extent, the epizootic situation in terms of TB among cattle (Michel, 2008).
In 2014, Bluetongue disease was the most serious epizootic problem in Bulgaria, spreading in 2,322 settlements in all regions of the country, and about 37,000 sheep and 300 cattle died, Likov said.
During 2002-2013, Web Valley wolf packs were affected by rabies epizootics in 2003 and 2008-2009 and by an CDV epizootic in 2010 (Figure 4).
Though one case of squirrel pox is by no means indicative of a large-scale epizootic risk, it is worth noting that in other species, in different geographic locations, this pathogen has reached epizootic proportions.