Equine Herpesvirus - 4

Significance in Canada
Epidemiology
Clinical Signs
Pathology
Diagnosis
Treatment
Prevention and Control
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SIGNIFICANCE IN CANADA

 EPIDEMIOLOGY

CLINICAL SIGNS
Nasal discharge
ehv4nasal
Image source: http://www.ca.uky.edu/gluck/images/faculty%20pages/Equid%20herpesvirus%201%20and%20equid%20herpesvirus%204%20infections.pdf
PATHOLOGY

ehv4path

Figure 76.2 Diagrammatic model illustrating (a) the route(s) proposed for establishment (solid lines) of EHV-1 and EHV-4 latency in either the trigeminal ganglion (green lines) or lymphocytes (lavender lines), and (b) potential routes and consequences following reactivation (broken lines) of latent virus from either of these anatomic sites

Figure 76.2 Source:  http://www.ca.uky.edu/gluck/images/faculty%20pages/Equid%20herpesvirus%201%20and%20equid%20herpesvirus%204%20infections.pdf

DIAGNOSIS

TREATMENTS/PREVENTION AND CONTROL



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