Lawsonia Infections: An Emerging Problem

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Over the past decade, Lawsonia intracellularis, the bacterium responsible for proliferative enteropathy (a spreading disease of the intestines), has been diagnosed with increasing frequency in horses and is now a significant problem in the industry.

L. intracellularis infections cause diarrhea, depression, fever

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