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A 2 year prospective study was performed between February 2011 and January 2013 to determine the incidence and risk factors for shipping fever (SF) in horses transported by air to Hong Kong (HK). Using a questionnaire, data were collected from professional flying grooms regarding the journey to HK...

Author(s)
Hurley, M. J.; Riggs, C. M.; Cogger, N.; Rosanowski, S. M.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 2016, 214, pp 34-39
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Author(s)
Su, Z. C.
Citation
Chinese Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology, 1993, 23, 10, pp 27-28
Abstract

The two main preliminary conclusions from a 2-year study were: (1) mycoplasma may be the cause of the disease; and (2) influenza virus is not involved.

Author(s)
Han, H. M.; Liu, Z. C.; Zhao, J. C.; Li, Y. N.; Wang, Z. X.; Lu, P. M.
Citation
Chinese Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1987, 13, 6, pp 15-18
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Publisher
Office International des Épizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin - Office International des Épizooties, 2000, 112, 6, pp 673
Abstract

This year's edition is bigger and better than the four preceding editions. Information on the disease situation in 136 countries, (including for the first time the U.S.S.R., China, Mongolia and Bolivia), occupies 203 pages. In addition there are sections on diseases of bees and fish, numbers of...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization.; Paris: Office International des Epizooties.,
Citation
FAO/OIE Animal Health Year Book for 1960., 1961, pp 311+viii pp.
Abstract

This is the most detailed account of Chinese veterinary services that has appeared in recent years.
In 1950 there were 200 zootechnical-veterinary stations and by the end of 1957 there were 2, 776 employing 22, 000 persons. Apparently the stations were staffed by "zootechnicians", "veterinary...

Author(s)
Chen Shao-Dyan; Alenkovich, A. A.
Publisher
Moscow,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1959, 36, 10, pp 70-77 pp.
Abstract

I. This note records the general prevalence of glanders and strangles. Tetanus occurs frequently. Surra occurs in western Yunnan. Anthrax occurs sporadically and in the South, equine epizootic lymphangitis is occasionally found. Other diseases also reported, little, however, being known of their...

Author(s)
Lo, C. S.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1948, 112, pp 436-437
Abstract

An attempt to evaluate the possibilities of bacterial warfare from a study of the literature on the subject and of the pertinent data supplied by bacteriology, epidemiology and public health. The suitability of potential agents of warfare is discussed with respect to their casualty effectiveness,...

Author(s)
ROSEBURY, T.; RABAT, E. A.; BOLDT, M. H.
Citation
Journal of Immunology, 1947, 56, pp 7-96
Abstract

The author was the first European veterinarian to act as instructor in veterinary medicine to Chinese students at the only veterinary school in China. There is no private practice in China and the only field of work is that associated with the army, but plans have been made to found a state...

Author(s)
EBERBECK.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1936, 44, pp 158-162
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Cover for Bos taurus (cattle)

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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