A libák vérömléses vese- És bélgyulladásának kóroktana és a betegség járványtani jelentosége

Translated title of the contribution: Etiology and epidemiological significance of the hemorrhagic nephritis and enteritis of geese

Bernáth Sándor, Horváth Erno, Kovács Andrea, Nagy Edith, M. Dobos-Kovács, Szalai Ferenc, Farsang Attila

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Abstract

An unknown viral disease appeared and caused losses in 1969 among goslings in Hungary. Following experimental infection of one-day-old goslings with samples collected at the time of the first description of Hemorrhagic Nephritis and Enteritis of Geese (HNEG), the authors identified the causative agent by PCR as Polyomavirus. The same results were obtained by the investigation of the original infective material. At present Hungary is free from HNEG. The literature data prove that in the countries where HNEG exists, it causes serious losses among geese. According to the results of clinical experiments carried out in the early '70s, the agent was contagious for the 1-day-old ducks, however, the mortality and morbidity were less than for goslings. The results suggest that in addition to infected geese, geese eggs and meat products, infected duck can also contribute to spreading the virus.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)522-525
Number of pages4
JournalMagyar Allatorvosok Lapja
Volume123
Issue number9
Publication statusPublished - 2001

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Sándor, B., Erno, H., Andrea, K., Edith, N., Dobos-Kovács, M., Ferenc, S., & Attila, F. (2001). A libák vérömléses vese- És bélgyulladásának kóroktana és a betegség járványtani jelentosége. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, 123(9), 522-525.

A libák vérömléses vese- És bélgyulladásának kóroktana és a betegség járványtani jelentosége. / Sándor, Bernáth; Erno, Horváth; Andrea, Kovács; Edith, Nagy; Dobos-Kovács, M.; Ferenc, Szalai; Attila, Farsang.

In: Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, Vol. 123, No. 9, 2001, p. 522-525.

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Sándor, B, Erno, H, Andrea, K, Edith, N, Dobos-Kovács, M, Ferenc, S & Attila, F 2001, 'A libák vérömléses vese- És bélgyulladásának kóroktana és a betegség járványtani jelentosége', Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, vol. 123, no. 9, pp. 522-525.
Sándor, Bernáth ; Erno, Horváth ; Andrea, Kovács ; Edith, Nagy ; Dobos-Kovács, M. ; Ferenc, Szalai ; Attila, Farsang. / A libák vérömléses vese- És bélgyulladásának kóroktana és a betegség járványtani jelentosége. In: Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja. 2001 ; Vol. 123, No. 9. pp. 522-525.
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