A slow-spreading mild form of camel pox infection

Zentralblatt für Veterinärmedizin. Reihe B. Journal of veterinary medicine. Series B
A B AlhendiM M Hassanein

Abstract

A slow-spreading mild form of camel-pox involving range camels in the Eastern region of Saudi Arabia was described. The morbidity rate was 10% while the case fatality rate was zero per cent. Camel pox virus was isolated and identified, and the histopathological picture of the lesions was also described. The epidemiological peculiarities of the disease were discussed.

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