Swine production represents a significant component in agricultural economies as it occupies over 30% of global meat demand. Infectious diseases could constrain the swine health and productivity of the global swine industry. In particular, emerging swine viral diseases are omnipresent in swine populations, but the limited knowledge of the pathogenesis and the scarce information related to associated lesions restrict the development of data-based control strategies aimed to reduce the potentially great impact on the swine industry. In this paper, we reviewed and summarized the main pathological findings related to emerging viruses, such as Senecavirus A, Torque teno sus virus, and Linda virus, suggesting a call for further multidisciplinary studies aimed to fill this lack of knowledge and better clarify the potential role of those viral diseases in swine pathology.
A Review on Pathological and Diagnostic Aspects of Emerging Viruses—Senecavirus A, Torque teno sus virus and Linda Virus—In Swine / Hawko, Salwa; Burrai, Giovanni P.; Polinas, Marta; Angioi, Pier Paolo; Dei Giudici, Silvia; Oggiano, Annalisa; Alberti, Alberto; Hosri, Chadi; Antuofermo, Elisabetta. - In: VETERINARY SCIENCES. - ISSN 2306-7381. - 9:9(2022), p. 495. [10.3390/vetsci9090495]