Etiology: Reovirus is a nonenveloped RNA virus of the family Reoviridae.
Incidence: Incidence of infection is rare.
Transmission: Transmission occurs via fecal-oral, direct contact and respiratory routes as well by exposure to fomites.
Clinical Signs: There are usually no clinical signs associated with natural infection with Reovirus.
Pathology: There is usually no pathology associated with natural infection with reovirus.
Diagnosis: Diagnosis is made using serology (MFI, IFA) or PCR.