infectious anemia

infectious anemia
noun
: a serious often fatal virus disease of horses and mules marked by intermittent fever, depression, weakness, jaundice, and mucosal hemorrhages and frequently by anemia — called also swamp fever

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  • infectious anemia of horses — Vet. Pathol. See swamp fever (def. 2). Also called equine infectious anemia. * * * …   Universalium

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  • equine infectious anemia — n. a viral disease of horses, similar to malaria, characterized by sudden fever, swelling, and anemia; swamp fever …   English World dictionary

  • equine infectious anemia virus — a virus of the genus Lentivirus that causes equine infectious anemia …   Medical dictionary

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