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Abstract

An account of the symptoms and P.M. findings in 12 yearling foals, which died 45-182 days after infection with cultures of various serological types of leptospira or material from 6 horses with spontaneous infection. The main features were intermittent fever, anaemia, generalized jaundice,...

Author(s)
LYUBASHENKO, S. Y.; IVANOV, B. G.; TYULPANOVA, A. F.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1955, 32, 12, pp 14-20 pp.
Abstract

L. isolated in culture a leptospira organism from horses which he named L. ictero-anaemia. Except that it is serologically related to L. grippo-typhosa its character is not described. Six horses and four calves were inoculated with this organism and it is stated that between 1940-48 the serum...

Author(s)
LYUBASHENKO, S. Y.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1949, 26, 7, pp 6-9 pp.
Abstract

II. Details of the acute, sub-acute, chronic, and atypical forms of leptospirosis are given. The authors recommend the stained slide agglutination test for diagnosis. Leptospira antiserum, obtained from horses hyperimmunized with leptospira from foxes, proved of value. It is stated that chemical...

Author(s)
LYUBASHENKO, S. Y.; NOVIKOVA, L. S.
Publisher
Moscow.,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1947, 24, 8, pp 7-11 pp.
Abstract

I. The authors concluded that infectious jaundice in horses is caused by leptospira. They described the morphological, serological, and cultural characteristics of two strains of leptospira isolated from two horses affected with jaundice, these organisms being identical with those obtained from the ...

Author(s)
LYUBASHENKO, S. Y.; NOVIKOVA, L. S.
Publisher
Moscow.,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1947, 24, 5, pp 11-15 pp.
Abstract

The papers covered the following topics: - differential diagnosis of leptospirosis and atypical cow pox (V. M. Chaîkovskii); outbreaks of porcine leptospirosis, with involvement of cattle on the same farms (V. G. Romanenko and G. G. Bedenashvili); equine infection in the Tatar Republic (Z. K....

Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1961, 2, pp 48-53 pp.
Abstract

The authors give a detailed account of the pathology of the disease. In most of the affected animals the body is jaundiced, particularly such parts as the abdominal region, eyes, nose, mouth, vagina and rectum. In acute cases, however, such yellow coloration may be slight or absent. When illness...

Author(s)
LYUBASHENKO, S. Y.; NOVIKOVA, L. S.
Publisher
Moscow.,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1947, 24, 9, pp 13-15 pp.