Infectious canine hepatitis

Infectious canine hepatitis

a disease of dogs, caused by canine adenovirus 1, and characterised by fever, depression, loss of appetite, vomiting, bloody diarrhoea, petechial haemorrhages in the gums, pale mucous membranes, and jaundice.

Synonym: hepatitis contagiosa canis, rubarths disease.


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