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Extractions: FOREIGN ANIMAL DISEASES AKABANE (Congenital arthrogryposis-hydranencephaly syndrome, A-H syndrome, Akabane disease, congenital bovine epizootic A-H syndrome, acorn calves, silly calves, curly lamb disease, curly calf disease, dummy calf disease) Definition Congenital arthrogryposis-hydranencephaly (A-H) syndrome is an infectious disease of the bovine, caprine, and ovine fetus caused by intrauterine infection and interference with fetal development after transmission to the dam by biting gnat- or mosquito-transmitted Akabane virus and some other antigenically related members of the Simbu group of arboviruses (1,7). Fetal infection may cause abortions, stillbirths, premature births, mummified fetuses, and various dysfunctions or deformities of fetuses or liveborn neonates. Adult animals are not clinically affected while actively infected with virus (17). Etiology The etiologic agents of congenital A-H syndrome are arboviruses of the Simbu group of the family Bunyaviridae. Akabane virus was the first member of the Simbu group to be incriminated in congenital A-H syndrome, but other members (namely Aino, Peaton, and Tinaroo viruses) have the capacity to produce fetal defects (3,10,13,18). In recent years, Cache Valley virus, a mosquito-borne member of the Bunyaviridae outside the Simbu group, has been found to reproduce a similar syndrome in ruminants within the United States (2). The Simbu group of viruses are spread only by insect vectors. Spread by contact, infected tissues, exudates, or fomites does not occur.
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