Other Names: Porcine Rubulavirus Infection, La-Piedad-Michoacan Paramyxovirus Infection
Porcine rubulavirus infection, commonly called "blue eye" disease, is a viral disease characterized by encephalitis and respiratory disease in piglets, reproductive failure in adult pigs, and occasionally corneal opacity in all ages.
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