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This book is translated from the French edition (Histoire de la surveillance et du controle des maladies animales) first published in 2000. It describes history, symptoms, lesions, aetiology and pathology, epidemiology, preventive measures, treatment, and legislative aspects of transmissible animal ...

Author(s)
Blancou, J.
Publisher
Office International des Épizooties, Paris, France
Citation
History of the surveillance and control of transmissible animal diseases, 2003, pp xvi + 362 pp.
Abstract

This book describes the history, symptoms, lesions, aetiology and pathology, epidemiology, preventive measures, treatment, and legislative aspects of transmissible animal diseases. Diseases described are: sheep pox, foot and mouth disease, anthrax, distemper, glanders, contagious pleuropneumonia,...

Author(s)
Blancou, J.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Histoire de la surveillance et du contrôle des maladies animales transmissibles, 2000, pp xiv + 366 pp.
Abstract

In Mongolia, livestock accounts for nearly 80% of the total agricultural production. Of the cattle diseases brucellosis is the most widespread. It is estimated that about 25% of all cattle are infected. Random tests in a limited number of cattle indicated that at least 18% had TB. Rinderpest was...

Author(s)
Kouba, V.
Citation
Veterinarstvi, 1964, 14, pp 387-391
Abstract

The Diseases of Animals Acts 1894 to 1960 have been consolidated and revised in the Diseases of Animals Act, 1966. The scheduled diseases under this Act are: rinderpest, pleuropneumonia, F & M disease, sheep pox, sheep scab, swine fever, anthrax, glanders, parasitic mange, epizootic lymphangitis,...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Dublin: The Stationery Office,
Citation
Irish Republic. Annual report of the Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries 1966-67., 1968, pp 172 + 47 pp.
Abstract

FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE virus type SAT 2 spread from Tanganyika to Kilimanjaro. A concurrent "O" type infection spread south and east to the Tanganyika border. Most districts were infected with either "O" or "A" type virus infection during the year. F. & M. disease vaccine is widely and confidently...

Author(s)
MacOwan, K. D. S.
Publisher
Nairobi,
Citation
Vestnik sel'sko-khozyaistvennoi Nauki, 1959, 5, pp 99 pp.
Abstract

This book contains such a wealth of information that it is extremely difficult adequately to review it in a few lines. The author has succeeded in dealing in detail with veterinary jurisprudence as it affects France, and the work must be of equal interest to jurists as to members of the veterinary...

Author(s)
Brion, A.
Publisher
Vigot Frères; Librairie Médicale., Paris; Lyon, France
Citation
Précis de jurisprudence vétérinaire., 1943, pp 386 pp.
Abstract

Cases of ANTHRAX in cattle occurred in Blue Nile Province and in the quarantine at Khartoum North (22) and Wadi Haifa (87) and a few cases of ANTHRAX and of CASEOUS LYMPHADENITIS in sheep and goats.
Forty-five animals were destroyed because of CRYPTOCOCCUS INFECTIONS.
There was a decrease in the...

Author(s)
Evans, J. T. R.
Citation
SUDAN., 1946, pp 22 pp.
Abstract

I. The veterinary history of German South-West Africa began in 1894 when Dr RICKMANN was in charge of veterinary work there. He eradicated contagious bovine pleuropneumonia before 1900.
In 1910, the author was sent out to cope with a serious sheep disease, which he identified as sheep pox. The...

Author(s)
Von Ostertag, R.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1938, 46, pp 65-71
Abstract

INFECTIOUS DISEASES.
ANTHRAX.-Outbreaks occurred in Senegal, the Ivory Coast and Guinea, and in the latter colony 16, 000 preventive vaccinations were carried out.
BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS was encountered in slaughter cattle in Niger and Senegal, and in imported cattle in the Ivory Coast. In Sudan the...

Author(s)
Curasson, G.
Citation
FRENCH WEST AFRICA., 1935, pp 30 pp.
Abstract

There is no single law on the control of livestock diseases, but numerous separate decrees exist by which control is exercised through local (department) authorities. There is very little State financial support for the compensation of farmers, etc. for loss by compulsory slaughter. Only in the...

Author(s)
Semmler, W.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1941, 47, pp 309-311; 324-326; 335-338

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