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Volume 17, Number 10—October 2011

Letter

Swinepox Virus Outbreak, Brazil, 2011

Maria Luiza G. Medaglia, Adriana de Cássia Pereira, Tânia R.P. Freitas, and Clarissa R. DamasoComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (M.L.G. Medaglia, C.R. Damaso); Centro de Patologia Animal, Campinas, Brazil (A.C. Pereira); Laboratório Nacional Agropecuário de Minas Gerais–Ministério da Agricultura, Pecuária e Abastecimento, Pedro Leopoldo, Brazil (T.R.P. Freitas)

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Lesions caused by swinepox virus, Brazil, 2011. A) Ear of a piglet in the nursery unit. Arrows indicate vesicles filled with pustular fluid. B) Trunk of a pig in the finishing unit. Arrows indicate umbilicated red lesions with black scabs in the center.

Figure A1. Lesions caused by swinepox virus, Brazil, 2011. A) Ear of a piglet in the nursery unit. Arrows indicate vesicles filled with pustular fluid. B) Trunk of a pig in the finishing unit. Arrows indicate umbilicated red lesions with black scabs in the center.

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