10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HORSEPOX»
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Infectious Diseases of the Horse: Diagnosis, pathology, ...
Family Poxviridae Subfamily Chordopoxvirinae/Genus Orthopoxvirus: linear
double-stranded DNA Definition/Overview A slow, mild, self-limiting progressive
skin disease is caused by horsepox virus. Horsepox is differentiated clinically
JH van der Kolk, EJB Veldhuis Kroeze, 2013
Understanding Neurology: A Problem-Oriented Approach
A slow, mild, self-limiting progressive skin disease is caused by horsepox virus.
Horsepox is differentiated clinically from two other poxviral diseases of horses,
equine molluscum contagiosum and Uasin Gishu disease. Other orthopoxviruses
John Greene, Ian Bone, 2007
Twentieth century practice
doctrine of spontaneous generation of virus invoke a rather strong argument in
support of their theory. When a horse or other animal is inoculated with horsepox
the eruption is produced at the point where the inoculation has been made, and it
Twentieth Century Practice: Infectious diseases
When a horse or other animal is inoculated with horsepox the eruption is
produced at the point where the inoculation has been made, and it does not
become generalized except in some rare instances, the explanation of which will
be given ...
Thomas Lathrop Stedman, 1898
Acute Contagious Diseases
The horsepox has been artificially produced in the horse and other animals by
inoculation. This can be done with equine lymph directly transferred from horse to
horse, with equine lymph that has been successfully passed through the cow (in
William Miller Welch, 1905
Congressional serial set
A case of horsepox may be attended with various complications of varying
degrees of importance. Adenitis, or suppuration of the glands, has just been
mentioned. Confluent eruptions irritate the part and induce the animal to rub the .
United States. Government Printing Office, 1907
United States Congressional serial set
Horsepox is also frequently mistaken for the exanthemata attending some forms
of venereal disease in horses. Variola in the horse, while it is identical in principle
, general course, complications, and lesions with variola in other animals, is a ...
Special Report on Diseases of the Horse
HORSEPOX— EQUINE VARIOLA. Synonyms : Variola equina — Pustular
Grease— Phly ctenoid Herpes. Definition. — The horsepox is a specific infectious
fever of the horse attended by an eruption of pustules or pocks over any part of
Veterinary Vaccines and Diagnostics
teenth century, a disease known as horsepox or equine variola was well
recognized in Europe and North America. It caused skin lesions, some of which
could occur on the fetlock. The disease was sporadic but was seen in Montreal in
Vaccines for Biodefense and Emerging and Neglected Diseases
In the early years of vaccination, a wide variety of poxviruses were utilized
including: cowpox, sheeppox, goatpox, horsepox, swinepox, and buffalopox.
Over time physicians began to use vaccinia virus for immunization against
Alan D.T. Barrett, Lawrence R. Stanberry, 2009
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «HORSEPOX»
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Has Horsepox Gone Extinct?
Although horsepox disappeared from Europe at the beginning of the 20th century, cases occurred in Mongolia as late as 1976. «TheHorse.com, Nov 14»