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Sarcoptic, notoedric and otodectic mange occurred in furbearing carnivores. An outbreak of sarcoptic mange, affecting particularly the feet, occurred among farmed red foxes on a single premises in the Leningrad region, and it responded to treatment with Dursban (chlorpyrifos). Two of the animal...

Author(s)
Pashkin, P. I.; Shustrova, M. V.
Citation
Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov - Leningradskiĭ Veterinarnyĭ Institut, 1988, 94, pp 63-69
Abstract

A review of the incidence (with particular reference to São Paulo), aetiopathogenesis, symptoms, differential diagnosis and treatment of Sarcoptes scabiei, Notoedres cati and Otodectes cynotis infestations in dogs and cats.

Author(s)
Larsson, C. E.
Citation
Comunicações Científicas da Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia da Universidade de São Paulo, 1989, 13, 1, pp 7-17
Abstract

Bathing of dogs and cats at intervals of 4-14 days with 20 ml of a mixture of 78% limonene, 4% piperonyl butoxide and 1% cypermethrin in a litre of water, after a preliminary antiseptic shampoo, eliminated fleas, ticks and sarcoptic mange mites. No toxic effects were seen.

Author(s)
Tonelli, E.
Citation
Veterinaria Argentina, 1989, 6, 57, pp 456-459
Abstract

Twenty buffaloes with severe mange caused by mixed infestation with Psoroptes sp. and Sarcoptes scabiei were treated with a daily wash containing either 0.5, 1.0, or 1.5% trichlorphon and were scrubbed thoroughly. All animals were free from mites by the fifth day, and there were no adverse effects.

Author(s)
Sharma, M. C.; Pathak, N. N.; Verma, R. P.; Hung, N. N.; Cu, N. V.; Lien, N. H.; An, D. T.; Mai, H. V.; Vuc, N. V.
Citation
Kerala Journal of Veterinary Science, 1984, 15, 1, pp 169-174
Abstract

The parasite fauna of small domestic and furbearing mammals was investigated in Romania in 1984-1985. Samples from faeces, dead or killed animals, litter and/or skin were examined. The parasite diseases observed included sarcoptic mange (Sarcoptes scabiei), Uncinaria stenocephala and Isospora sp....

Author(s)
Zarzėrė, K.
Citation
Archiva Veterinaria, 1987, 18, pp 47-65
Abstract

This section of the atlas covering parasitic skin infestations has 79 colour photographs of various conditions in dogs and cats. The main categories are mange (demodectic, sarcoptic, notoedric and otodectic; 38 photographs), flea infestation (14), and pediculosis (7); also illustrated are miliary...

Author(s)
Wilkinson, G. T.
Publisher
Wolfe Medical Publications, London, UK
Citation
A colour atlas of small animal dermatology., 1985, pp 24-66
Abstract

None of 100 foxes originating from Berlin and examined for ecto- and endoparasites were free of parasites. 3 species of Ixodes ticks (I. ricinus, I. hexagonus, I. canisuga), 7 flea species (Chaetopsylla globiceps, Archaeopsylla erinacei, Spilopsyllus cuniculi, Ceratophyllus fasciatus [Nosopsyllus...

Author(s)
Schöffel, I.; Schein, E.; Wittstadt, U.; Hentsche, J.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1991, 104, 5, pp 153-157

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