Equine Infectious Anemia
Definition of Equine Infectious Anemia :
A horse disease caused by a retrovirus which is transmitted by biting flies. The acute phase symptoms include high fever, anemia, weakness, and swelling of the legs. The subacute phase symptoms include splenomegaly, anemia, and weight loss. The chronic phase symptoms include recurrent fevers and anemia.
Equine Infectious Anemia is part of the Experimental Organism Diagnoses group