- Monday, January 19, 2009
- Outbreak of Maedi-Visna in Sheep and Goats in Palestine
- Published at:World Applied Sciences Journal
were conducted. The clinical findings of the disease were loss of wool, dyspnea and coughing, progressive
condition loss, exercise intolerance and chronic mastitis. Nervous signs were developed later and were
characterized by gait abnormalities of the hind limbs, ataxia, tremor of facial muscles and recumbency.
A definitive diagnosis was made by characteristic clinical history, gross and histopathological lesions and
detection of seropositive animals by ELISA.