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A virus carried and transmitted by a mosquito or insect bite causes the disease.  The disease affects the fetus in gestation.
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A variety of aetiological agents including intrauterine infection with Border Disease Virus Akabane virus or Cache Valley Virus have been implicated in the pathogenesis of arthrogryposis in sheep.
This picture is a case of  Arthrogryposis (crooked joints) is a congenital malformation that involves the posture and function of the limbs in newborn animals and humans.