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Canine Parvovirus

Parvoviridae

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Which serotype is endemic in the US? CPV-2c
Who has a self-limiting infection? Cats with no clinical signs
How long can the virus persist on formites? 5 months or longer!
Why does this disease have a lower morbidity and mortality rate? Immunity has built up in the dog population
How is this virus transmitted? Oronasal
What are the three main pathologies? Panleukopenia, enteritis, DIC. FEW cerebellar hyperplasia
What clinical signs are seen at 2-12 days of age? generalized neonatal disease
What clinical signs are seen at 3-8 weeks of age? MYOCARDITIS. Usually all pups in the litter are affected. Necrosies with acut cardiopulmonary failure characterized by SUDDEN DEATH
What clinical signs are seen at 2-4 months? Panleukopenia, enteritis...MOST COMMON
Immunity after natural infection appears to be ?. Threshold antibody titer is ?. Lifelong. 1:80.
Created by: lkollmeier