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Some clinical aspects of equine influenza; sequelae and complications.


, : Some clinical aspects of equine influenza; sequelae and complications.. Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde 97(19): 1229-1238

Influenza is usually a fairly mild disease, but exceptions are foals, horses with other diseases, horses immunized or subjected to stress during the incubation period, in which the disease may result in irreversible lung damage. Repeated infections may also result in lung damage.

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