Equine piroplasmosis (EP) is a tickborne disease of horses that has been largely absent from the United States for decades, thanks to cooperative federal and state efforts at eradication.
What does EP stand for?
EP stands for Equine Piroplasmosis (tick-borne disease)
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We have 85 other meanings of EP in our Acronym Attic
- Environmental Profile
- Enzootic Pneumonia (swine mycoplasmosis)
- Epididymal Protein
- Epileptic Psychosis (neurology)
- Epoxy Paint
- Equal Partition
- Equal Population (sectorization method)
- Equal Protection (law)
- Equator Principles
Samples in periodicals archive:
International movement of asymptomatic carriers poses a risk for introduction of equine piroplasmosis into regions free of this disease, but endemic transmission occurs only in regions that have competent vectors.
Insects and ticks that bite livestock cause discomfort, reduce production efficiency, and transmit important diseases like bluetongue and equine piroplasmosis.