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Volume 27, Number 7—July 2021

Novel Morbillivirus as Putative Cause of Fetal Death and Encephalitis among Swine

Bailey ArrudaComments to Author , Huigang Shen, Ying Zheng, and Ganwu LiComments to Author 
Author affiliation: Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, USA

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Table 1

Clinical data and gross pathology in instances of novel porcine morbillivirus among pig litters*

Litter ID Sow parity Crown to rump length, cm (condition of fetuses submitted) Total born No. mummified fetuses No. stillbirths
A 6 24 (S) 13 0 4
B 4 24 (N) 12 0 4
C 6 29.5 (S) NA NA NA
D 2 7 (M), 9 (M), 14 (M), 15 (M), 28 (Mod), 26 (Mod) 9 6 0
E 1 7 (M), 7 (M), 9 (M), 12 (M), 14 (M), 14 (M), 15 (M), 15 (M), 15 (M), 26 (Mod) NA NA NA
F 1 16 (M), 23 (Mod), 19 (S) 9 3 0

*M, mummified fetus; Mod, fetus with moderate autolysis; N, neonatal mortality; NA, not available; S, stillborn fetus.

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