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Hyena disease in cattle: a review
  1. J Espinasse,
  2. AL Parodi,
  3. A Constantin,
  4. M Viso and
  5. A Laval

Abstract

Hyena disease was first reported in France in 1975 and since then has been recognized in many countries. It is currently regarded as a disorder of skeletal development, mainly localised in the pelvic limbs of young cattle. Some investigators consider that it is a metabolic disease but the authors believe that it may be caused by a virus. Their hypothesis, according to which bovine virus diarrhoea-mucosal disease virus is involved, is based on epidemiological, histopathological and immunological evidence.

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