Mycoplasmal pneumonia in Swine. Immunologic Considerations. Mycoplasmal pneumonia. Chronic infection of ciliated epithelium Increased cost Interventions, fixed cost Reduce revenue Reduced growth rate (# sold) Cull/substandard pigs (price penalty) Mortality. The “customer”.
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Mycoplasmal pneumonia in Swine
Swine Health & Production
Roof, AASV 2001
Swine Health & Production, 2000