Clinical Signs of West Nile Virus

Nathan Slovis, DVM, an internal medicine specialist at the veterinary firm of Hagyard-Davidson-McGee in Lexington, Ky. diagnosed the first equine case of West Nile Virus (WNV) in Kentucky, and described the clinical signs of the virus to The Horse. The filly first began showing neurologic signs on Aug. 23.

Slovis said the filly was "drunk"

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