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Volume 15, Number 7—July 2009

Dispatch

Chinese-like Strain of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus, Thailand

Suphasawatt Puranaveja, Pariwat Poolperm, Preeda Lertwatcharasarakul, Sawang Kesdaengsakonwut, Alongkot Boonsoongnern, Kitcha Urairong, Pravina Kitikoon, Porjit Choojai, Roongtham Kedkovid, Komkrich Teankum, and Roongroje ThanawongnuwechComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand (S. Puranaveja, S. Kesdaengsakonwut, P. Kitikoon, P. Choojai, R. Kedkovid, K. Teankum, R. Thanawongnuwech); Kasetsart University, Kamphangsan, Thailand (P. Poolperm, P. Lertwatcharasarakul, A. Boonsoongnern, K. Urairong)

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A) A suckling piglet with severe diarrhea and dehydration. B) Severe catarrhal enteritis with congestion (scale bar = 1 cm). C) Intestinal lacteals (arrow) grossly demonstrating normal absorption capacity of the intestinal villi in a normal piglet (scale bar = 0.5 cm). D) Disappearance of intestinal lacteals demonstrating malabsorption syndrome of the intestinal villi in the infected piglet (scale bar = 0.5 cm).

Figure 1. A) A suckling piglet with severe diarrhea and dehydration. B) Severe catarrhal enteritis with congestion (scale bar = 1 cm). C) Intestinal lacteals (arrow) grossly demonstrating normal absorption capacity of the intestinal villi in a normal piglet (scale bar = 0.5 cm). D) Disappearance of intestinal lacteals demonstrating malabsorption syndrome of the intestinal villi in the infected piglet (scale bar = 0.5 cm).

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