Clinical manifestations of SBV. Necropsy of a three-day-old SBV-positive calf suffering from amaurosis and hydranencephaly (A-B) and a SBV-positive stillborn lamb presenting arthrogryposis and hydranencephaly (C-D). (A) The cerebral hemispheres were replaced by a fluid-filled sac containing 250 mL of cerebrospinal fluid (hydrocephaly) that was removed with a syringe. (B) The cerebral hemispheres were examined after removal of the cerebrospinal fluid. The cerebellum was present but appeared hypoplastic. (C) Brachygnathia was observed in the stillborn lamb. (D) The remaining cerebral hemispheres appeared as a 3 mm thick wall enclosing cerebrospinal fluid. The brainstem was preserved but not the cerebellum.