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Equine Encephalomyelitis is a neurological disease transmitted by mosquitos form infected horse to another or man. Three most common causative viruses; Venezuelan (VEE), Eastern (EEE), and Western (WEE). Signs; high fever, nervous signs - hypersensitivity to sound, excitement and restlessness, drowsiness, drooping ears, abnormal gait.