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Publisher
Office International des Épizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin - Office International des Épizooties, 2000, 112, 6, pp 673
Abstract

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES.-Anthrax and blackleg were not prevalent, only about 50 cases of each being diagnosed. Twenty-one cases of tuberculosis of dairy cows were found at abattoir inspection. All imported cattle have to pass a tuberculin test. No case of swine erysipelas or glanders was observed....

Author(s)
COTTIER, H.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1934, 9, pp 31-87
Abstract

The first record of the occurrence of this disease outside Europe appears to be that made by SERGENT and ROIG, who detected it in Algeria in 1908.
It again made its appearance in 1923 in some sheep purchased by the Pasteur Institute, Algiers, and it is from these cases that the authors have...

Author(s)
BRIDRE, J. ; DONATIEN, A.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1925, 39, 12, pp 925-951 pp.
Abstract

The most important occurrence of the year was the outbreak of FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE; it was apparently imported from Algeria, in spite of the regulations framed to prevent crossing of the border; the regulations, in fact, merely delayed it there. The disease spread with great rapidity and caused...

Author(s)
TUNISIA.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1938, 17, pp 25-29
Abstract

RINDERPEST.-The epidemiology of this disease during the last 15 years is described. Great variation has been observed. Indirect transmission plays a small part in the spread of rinderpest. With regard to control, there are two orders defining suitable measures to prevent the spread of infection....

Author(s)
CURASSON.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire Exotique, 1932, 5, pp 100-110
Abstract

The Director of the Office international des Epizootics reviewed the present situation with reference to the various diseases.
FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE.-Attention was called to the renewed outbreaks followed by lulls preceding further outbreaks. The question arises whether these lulls are due to an...

Author(s)
LECLAINCHE, E.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1933, 7, pp 1-28
Abstract

The Director of the Office international des Epizootics reviewed the present situation with reference to the various diseases.
FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE.-Attention was called to the renewed outbreaks followed by lulls preceding further outbreaks. The question arises whether these lulls are due to an...

Author(s)
LECLAINCHE, E.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1933, 7, pp 276-287
Abstract

This report is divided into three sections dealing respectively- (1) with contagious diseases, (2) the veterinary pathological laboratory, and (3) the school of veterinary medicine.
CONTAGIOUS DISEASES.
Cattle plague and double inoculation. -During the year there were 873 deaths from cattle plague...

Author(s)
LITTLEWOOD, W. L.
Publisher
Cairo : Govt. Press.,
Citation
EGYPT. Ministry of Agriculture, Veterinary Service, Annual Report for the Year 1918-1919., 1920, pp 39 pp.
Abstract

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. Cattle Plague (Rinderpest) and Double Inoculation. In 1916 18 deaths only from rinderpest were recorded, in two Provinces (Girga and Daqahiya), but in addition 104 cases were detected amongst cattle imported from the Soudan. In the preceding year (1915) 358 deaths were reported ...

Author(s)
LITTLEWOOD, W.
Publisher
Govt. Press., Cairo, Egypt
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture (Egypt). Veterinary Service. Annual Reports for the Years 1916 & 1917., 1920, pp 59 pp.: 43 pp.
Abstract

Solipeds: - Epizootic Lymphangitis.-The author summarises our knowledge regarding this disease and confirms its occurrence in Algeria, Morocco, and Tunis.
Domine.-This disease has a wide distribution in Algeria. It is most frequently the chronic form which comes under observation. The usual three...

Author(s)
BOQUET, A.
Citation
Bull. & Mem. de la Soc. des Sci. Vet. de Lyon., 1914, pp 30 pp.

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