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The phenomenon of hypobiosis of nematodes is described and its role in pathology and epidemiology of nematode infections in cattle is reviewed. The phenomenon has been demonstrated for Ostertagia ostertagi as well as for Dictyocaulus viviparus and can be artificially induced when L3 larvae are...

Author(s)
Schilliger, D.; Barth, D.
Citation
Tierärztliche Umschau, 1993, 48, 9, pp 592-596
Abstract

Three groups of calves were put out to graze on separate paddocks within a field known to be infected with Dictyocaulus viviparus and were also given a small initial trickle infection of the parasite. The first group were untreated controls, the second were immunized with live irradiated lungworm...

Author(s)
Taylor, S. M.; Mallon, T. R.; Green, W. P.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1986, 119, 15, pp 370-372
Abstract

Using a questionnaire designed by the Epidemiology Unit, CVL, a case study of 32 herds which experienced outbreaks of clinical Dictyocaulus viviparus infection in adult cattle was carried out during 1996. The study was designed to supplement the small scale survey previously reported by the author. ...

Author(s)
David, G. P.
Citation
Cattle Practice, 1997, 5, 4, pp 295-297
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Author(s)
Taylor, S. M.; Mallon, T. R.; Green, W. P.
Publisher
Beecham Animal Health, Brentford TW8 9BD, UK
Citation
British Cattle Veterinary Association Proceedings for 1986-87., 1988, pp 65-71
Abstract

Two incidents are reported, in which several steers in herds at pasture or just brought in from it showed severe respiratory difficulty, hyperaemic nasal mucosae and mucopurulent nasal discharge. BHV1 virus was isolated from nasal swabs, and lungworms were found on PM examination, although...

Author(s)
Clausen, H. H.
Citation
Tierärztliche Umschau, 1988, 43, 5, pp 311-313