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S. suis infections in 3 horses and a zebra and 4 cats are described; none of the cases had direct contact with swine. S. suis was isolated in high numbers from a 5-month-old foal with septic polyarthritis, from an inapparent guttural pouch infection, from a 10-day-old foal which died with purulent...

Author(s)
Devriese, L. A.; Haesebrouck, F.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1992, 130, 17, pp 380
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Publisher
Office International des Épizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin - Office International des Épizooties, 2001, 113, 4, pp 435-582
Abstract

C. discusses the literature of about 1925 onwards on respiratory diseases of the horse, with the object of clarifying their identity. He concludes by naming three diseases (excluding strangles) as follows: - (1) infectious bronchitis (laryingotracheo-bronchitis contagiosa equorum, ansteckender...

Author(s)
COHRS, P.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1941, pp 218-220
Abstract

This is a detailed account of an outbreak of infectious catarrh occurring in 176 out of 240 horses in a large horse clinic. Sixteen animals developed a broncho-pneumonia; four of these died and two others were slaughtered as incurable. The findings were those typical of " Brussels disease ", which...

Author(s)
MITSCKERLICH.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1941, 49, pp 93-99
Abstract

By an order of September 14th, 1941 the whole agricultural organization was remodelled under a Minister of Agriculture and Food under whom is the State veterinary service which is organized to control animal diseases and to inspect food of animal origin. The country is divided into nine provinces...

Author(s)
HOFFMAN.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1941, 47, pp 486-489; 503-304
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

J. Boes, Chief of the Veterinary Department in Belgium, has given a useful resume of the veterinary services in his country from the year 1784, when the first decree was made, followed by others in 1791, 1810, 1845, 1866, 1877, 1882, 1890 and 1922.
Until 1910, the service was under the control of...

Author(s)
BOES, J.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1935, 9, pp 754-768
Abstract

The decision to hold an International Conference for the study of epizootic diseases, to sit in Paris, was made on thé initiative of the French Minister of Agriculture (M. RICARD) in October 1920. Forty-three States responded to the invitation, including Germany, United States of America,...

Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1921, 97, 13, pp 387-395 pp.
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Feral cattle can be distinguished from domestic stock only by their location and lack of ear marks or tags. Their size and conformation vary greatly...

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