Leptospirosis in Horses

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Acute leptospirosis in horses is characterized by fever of 103-105° Fahrenheit for two to three days, depression or dullness, loss of appetite, and jaundice. Abortion can occur several weeks after the fever in pregnant mares, and uveitis can strike m

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