Clinical outcome of a white-tailed deer infected with EHDV-7 by the bite of C. sonorensis. A) Photograph taken on 9 dpf just prior to euthanasia showing prominent erythema of periorbital skin and severe congestion and edema of the conjunctiva. B) Paintbrush hemorrhage in the wall of the abomasum at the level of the pylorus. C) Subintimal hemorrhage at the base of the pulmonary artery. [Both B) and C) are considered classic lesions of acute hemorrhagic disease in WTD.].