Translations in context of “herpesvirus canino” in Spanish-English from Reverso Context: Eurican Herpes contiene pequeñas cantidades de antígenos del. Canine herpesvirus infection. Actualización sobre herpesvirus canino 1 (CHV- 1) HERPESVIRUS CANINO 1: AGENTE ETIOLÓGICO Y ENFERMEDAD. Demonstration of canine herpesvirus-specific hemagglutination. Article (PDF HERPESVIRUS CANINO 1: AGENTE ETIOLÓGICO Y ENFERMEDAD. Article.
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A day-old puppy of a litter of French Bulldogs presented nasal discharge, abdominal pustules and neurological signs, characterized by ataxia and incoordination. Nine dogs presented antibodies to CHV-1 in titers ranging from 16 to Three occurred from March to October fall to spring and the later occurred in April Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine 4th ed.
These data demonstrate previous exposure to the virus since these dogs had no history of CHV-1 vaccination and, in addition, indicate that CHV-1 infection is probably endemic in the kennel. Treatment of affected puppies is difficult, although injecting antibodies to CHV into the abdomen may help some to survive.
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Translation of “herpesvirus canino” in English
B Aleatory foci of hemorrhage petechia over the renal cortex. Animals from all reported canjno were submitted to necropsy and tissue samples kidney, lung and liver were collected for histopathology and virology diagnosis. CHV also causes a necrotizing vasculitis that results in hemorrhage around the blood vessels. The selective pressure upon the virus during the transmission-infection cycle would explain the few observed mutations.
Outbreaks of canid herpesvirus 1 disease in puppies in southern Brazil
Pathologic analyses Animals from all reported cases were submitted to necropsy and tissue samples kidney, lung and liver were collected for histopathology and virology diagnosis. Canid herpesvirus 1; CHV-1; diagnosis; dogs; glycoproteins and pathological findings.
Eye lesions include keratitisuveitisoptic neuritisretinitisand retinal dysplasia. D Severe necrosis cannio hepatocytes with Councilmann-like bodies and moderate hemorrhage. However, sexual contact is not the primary cause of transmission.
The Staden sequence analysis package. Clinic and pathological findings in dogs naturally infected with canine herpesvirus. It can also be contracted by drinking from a contaminated water bowl, or even just by sniffing or licking another dog that is shedding herpesviurs virus.
October 31, ; Accepted: Gerpesvirus, CHV-1 should be considered an important agent of disease and death in neonates and young dogs. DVMs must manage infected litters”. Recent Advances in Canine Infectious Diseases.
Introduction Canid herpesviruw 1 CHV-1 belongs to family Herpesviridaesubfamily Alphaherpesvirinae, genus Varicellovirus ICTV, and it is associated with a variety of clinical manifestations in dogs including neonatal deaths, respiratory, ocular, and reproductive disorders Evermann et al.
J Am Vet Med Assoc. Findings include hemorrhages in the kidneysliverlungsand gastrointestinal tract. The presumptive diagnosis of the four events was based on the clinical signs, high mortality and pathological findings. Like other alphaherpesviruses, CHV-1 establishes latent infections in neural and non neural tissues after acute infection and can be berpesvirus in stressful and immunosuppressive situations Miyoshi et al. Weiblen are CNPq research fellows.
Neurological manifestations of canine-distemper virus-infection. Keeping the puppies warm is also important. In these particular cases, however, the support of a virology diagnostic laboratory allowed a definitive etiological diagnosis.
The bitch was seronegative to CHV-1 when introduced in the kennel, immediately before the pregnancy.
In adult dogsthe virus infects the herpesvrus tract, which allows it to be sexually transmitted or passed to puppies during birth. Conclusions Veterinary clinicians frequently describe clinical cases compatible with CHVinduced disease; but etiologic confirmation has been accomplished in rare occasions.
Canine herpesvirus CHV is a virus of the family Herpesviridae which most importantly causes a fatal hemorrhagic disease in puppies and in wild Canidae less than two to three weeks old. The disease can cause abortionstillbirthsand infertility.
Results and Discussion At necropsy, all puppies had severe necrohemorrhagic disease, characterized by multifocal to aleatory petechia in liver and herpewvirus. The virus would remain latently in the dogs of the kennel and would be periodically reactivated and transmitted. Clinical data indicate the circulation of CHV-1 among Brazilian dogs yet definitive diagnosis has rarely been accomplished. Serological studies of various dog populations have revealed a nerpesvirus of 40 to 93 percent.
Virtually all suspected cases, however, remain without a definitive etiological virology, serology, molecular diagnosis.
Interestingly, a puppy from a French Bulldog litter Case 3 also presented neurological signs, which are rarely observed in puppies naturally infected with CHV Most adult dogs become infected by inhaling the virus via airborne particles spread by coughs or sneezes.
It is given to the dam mother twice: Viral isolation and molecular identification of canine herpesvirus 1.
To date, only few reports were described in Brazil: Thirteen serum samples collected from dogs and bitches of different breeds at reproductive age from the kennel cases 1, 3 and 4 were submitted to a standard virus-neutralization VN. Four day-old litter of English Bulldog puppies developed respiratory agony and pulmonary edema that evolved to death in a few hours. Again, the pathological and virological findings were conclusive of CHV-1 infection and histopathological analyses dismissed CDV infection.