Lawsonia Infections: An Emerging Problem

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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