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Surveillance focus
Diagnosis of equine influenza
  1. Adam Rash, PhD1
  1. 1Animal Health Trust, , Lanwades Park, Kentford, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 7UU

Abstract

During the summer months, there will be increased movement and, therefore, increased mixing of the horse population, leading to a higher risk of disease transmission and subsequent clinical cases. It is important that both vets and owners remain vigilant for equine influenza infection. Here, Adam Rash, of the Animal Health Trust, discusses the diagnosis of this disease

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