Tests link deaths of Oregon deer to Adenovirus Hemorrhagic Disease

08/20/2010 | Corvallis Gazette-Times (Ore.)

Pathology tests done on 20 black-tailed deer in Corvallis, Ore., indicated that Adenovirus Hemorrhagic Disease likely killed the animals. In July, two deer whose carcasses were found in the area were confirmed by the state's Department of Fish and Wildlife and Oregon State University to have died of the virus, which is indicated by abscesses in the mouth and throat, among other signs.

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