canine parvovirus

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canine parvovirus

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The main clinical signs of canine parvovirus infection were vomiting, bloody foul smelling diarrhoea, dehydration, sunken eyes, depression and weakness.
Interestingly, more cases of canine parvovirus infection are observed in the summer season.
Canine parvovirus infection in puppies with gastroenteritis in Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from 1995 to 1997.
Haematobiochemical and therapeutic studies of canine parvovirus infection. Intas Polivet 11: 344-47.
Maternally derived immunity to canine parvovirus infection: transfer, decline and interference with vaccination.
On the basis of history and clinical signs, the case was tentatively diagnosed as enteric form of canine parvovirus infection however confirmatory test for parvovirus infection could not be performed.

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