Evaluation of turbinate atrophy in slaughtered pigs in Thailand by nasal lesion scoring

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Evaluation of turbinate atrophy in slaughtered pigs in Thailand by nasal lesion scoring


The main objective of this study was to evaluate the prevalence of nasal lesions associated with Porcine Atrophic Rhinitis in Thai slaughterhouses.

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IPVS, 2020

Authors

Kitchodok, R.; Ananratanakul, C.; Buakhiew, A.; Traiyarach, S.; Martos Raich, A.; Galé Ansó, I.;

Summary

This study shows the presence of Porcine Atrophic Rhinitis on Thai swine farms all over Thailand. Moreover, NPAR is also present in pigs vaccinated against AR. The nasal lesion scoring system used in this study was helpful for evaluation of farm status in terms of PAR.

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