Diarréia viral bovina: patogenia e diagnóstico – revisão da literatura
Silva MVM, Nogueira JL, Junior VP, Fernandes RA
Revista Científica Eletrônica de Medicina Veterinária 2011; 9 (16)
Bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVD) is considerate a most important pathogens of cattle. The BVD is a disease caused by a Pestivirus and transmitted by direct or indirect contact. The bovine has a variability in their clinical signs and may have fever, diarrhea, erosions of the oral cavity, reproductive failure, abortion and rapid death of the animal. The diagnosis is based on clinical and pathological signals. The overall knowledge about BVD infection in Brazil has grown considerably in the last years. The study about BVD, reporting the pathogenesis and diagnostic methods exist.
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