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- adj. Producing blood
- adj. Spread by blood
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- adj. Originating in the blood.
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Jeffrey M, Gonzalez L (2009) Neuroinvasion in sheep transmissible spongiform encephalopathies: the role of the haematogenous route.
The appearance of PrPTSE in muscles during the pre-clinical stage of disease was likely due to the haematogenous/lymphatic spread of infectivity from the gastro-intestinal tract to lymphatic tissues associated with muscles, whereas in symptomatic animals the presence of PrPTSE in the nervous system, in neuromuscular junctions, and in muscle fibers suggests a centrifugal spread from the CNS as already observed in other TSE models.
Night stars or night cries are characteristic of: avoid stiffness of the joint affected. a. acute haematogenous osteomyelitis.