Northern Ireland disease surveillance January to March 2009

July 2009
Veterinary Record: Journal of the British Veterinary Association;7/18/2009, Vol. 165 Issue 3, p70
Academic Journal
The article reports on the results of the Northern Ireland animal disease surveillance quarterly report for January to March 2009. Postmortem examinations were conducted on various animals including cattle, small ruminants and pigs. The diseases and pathogens detected in such animals are discussed which include respiratory, alimentary and neurological diseases.


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