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Abstract

The optimum method of transmission for a blood parasite is brought about when it is withdrawn from the blood by an insect and is reintroduced by it into suitable blood. Leaving aside the cases where the insect plays but a mechanical rôle in much the same manner as a syringe needle, cases of...

Author(s)
MESNIL, F.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1921, 14, 6, pp 310-315
Abstract

In this interesting monograph Watson presents a succinct account of Canadian experience with dourine, an experience extending over a period of 15 years, and covering the study and suppression of a rare and serious disease previously unknown in Canada. It is well to tear in mind that although the...

Author(s)
WATSON, E. A.
Publisher
Ottawa: Thomas Mulvey, Printer.,
Citation
Dominion of Canada, Dept. of Agriculture, Health of Animals Branch., 1920, pp 43 pp.
Abstract

Equine piroplasmosis is set up by two distinct causal organisms, that is, the term denotes in reality two separate diseases, which can be differentiated clinically and epizootologically. A certain diagnosis can, however, only be established by a microscopic examination of the blood. Whereas N. equi ...

Author(s)
DU TOIT, P. J.
Citation
Archiv fur Schiffs- und Tropenhygiene, 1919, 23, 7, pp 121-135 pp.
Abstract

Nodes and nodules are frequently found in the lungs of South African equities and their presence is of particular importance when the animal in question is suspected of glanders and a mallein reaction has to be interpreted. A microscopic survey of such nodes and nodules both from horses affected...

Author(s)
THEILER, Arnold
Citation
Union of South Africa, Dept. of Agriculture, 7th & 8th Repts. of the Director of Veterinary Research., 1918, pp 181-336
Abstract

This paper contains an account of the work done by Gaiger during a visit to Peru in the latter half of 1916 with the object of investigating the disease already discussed in the preceding extract. The work was conducted on behalf of a number of sheep farmers who were suffering very considerable...

Author(s)
GAIGER, S. H.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics, 1917, 30, Pt. 3, pp 185-209
Abstract

Although 14 years only have passed since the discovery of Leishmania donovani and L. trópica a very large number of papers have been published on these protozoa and the diseases produced by them; these articles are, however, to be found distributed throughout a large number of periodicals which are ...

Author(s)
LAVERAN, A.
Publisher
Paris: Masson et Cie.,
Citation
Leishmanioses. Kala-azar. Bouton d'Orient. Leishmaniose Americaine., 1917, pp iii + 521 pp.
Abstract

Coccidiosis in cattle has been found to be a by no means uncommon condition in many parts of the world, especially in tropical and sub-tropical countries, since it was first studied in 1892 by ZSCHOKKE and HESS in Switzerland, where it was known as rothe Ruhr. Until quite recently, however, the...

Author(s)
SMITH, THEOBALD; GEAYBILL, H. W.
Citation
Journal of Experimental Medicine, 1918, 28, 1, pp 89-108 pp.
Abstract

(B)Inconstant parasite. -This was discovered in one sore only out of more than ten examined, and was described as an "asexual worm "900 to 950 microns long by 25 microns broad; elongated, cylindrical body, slightly thinner in front and terminating in a sharp drawn-out point. Said to contain a...

Author(s)
VELU, H. ; BOUIN, A.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1915, 8, 9, pp 638-641
Abstract

Free Life. The Egg.-Eggs were obtained for examination and for cultural purposes by making a decoction of faeces, passing through a sieve, repeatedly sedimenting the liquid and centrifuging the sediment, from which the eggs were collected by means of a pipette. The egg is oval and measures on an...

Author(s)
VEGLIA, F.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics, 1916, 29, 3, pp 265-277
Abstract

Free Life. The Egg.-Eggs were obtained for examination and for cultural purposes by making a decoction of faeces, passing through a sieve, repeatedly sedimenting the liquid and centrifuging the sediment, from which the eggs were collected by means of a pipette. The egg is oval and measures on an...

Author(s)
VEGLIA, F.
Citation
Union of South Africa. Third & Fourth Reports of Director of Veterinary Research., 1915, pp 347-500

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