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Can J Comp Med. Jul 1982; 46(3): 317–320.
PMCID: PMC1320331

Coccidiosis in swine: dose and age response to Isospora suis.

Abstract

Coccidiosis is a disease of the young piglet due to infection with Isospora suis and is characterized by diarrhea which is nonresponsive to antibacterial therapy. There is variable morbidity and mortality. Piglets develop a more severe clinical illness and enteritis when infected with I. suis at one to three days of age than when infected at two weeks of age. Microscopic lesions range from villous atrophy and mild erosion to severe fibrinonecrotic enteritis.

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