Eperythrozoonosis In Swine

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1975
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Claxton, Marge
Kunesh, J.
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Eperythrozoonosis is an "acute febrile, icteroanemic disease of shoats" caused by the rickettsial organism Eperythrozoon spp. There are two species which are commonly associated with swine, E. suis, which produces a febrile disease, and E. parvum, which is innoxious.

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