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Volume 24, Number 5—May 2018

Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease Virus Serotype 6 Infection in Cattle, Japan, 2015

Yuka Kamomae, Masahiro Kamomae, Yasuyuki Ohta, Mikoto Nabe, Yuichi Kagawa, Yuji Ogura, Tomoko Kato, Shogo Tanaka, Tohru Yanase, and Hiroaki ShirafujiComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Awaji Livestock Hygiene Service Center, Minamiawaji, Japan (Y. Kamomae, Y. Ohta, Y. Kagawa); Himeji Livestock Hygiene Service Center, Himeji, Japan (M. Kamomae, M. Nabe, Y. Ogura); National Agriculture and Food Research Organization, Kagoshima, Japan (T. Kato, S. Tanaka, T. Yanase, H. Shirafuji)

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Table 1

Clinical manifestations of affected cattle during epizootic hemorrhagic disease outbreak, Japan, 2015

Clinical sign No. cattle
Anorexia 38
Fever 28
Cessation of rumination 22
Salivation 20
Difficulty swallowing 19
Swollen eyelids 8
Coughing 3
Conjunctivitis 3
Reduced milk production 3
Abortion 2
Ocular discharge 1
Death 9*

*Includes 2 euthanized cattle.

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