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The efficacy of a herbal skin gel (Phytogel) was assessed in six veterinary practices by means of a clinical questionnaire. Participating veterinary surgeons recorded clinical histories, diagnosis, length of treatment, any concurrent treatment and graded recovery on a scale from none to excellent....

Author(s)
McGill, J. S.; Hobson, J. H.
Citation
Veterinary Times, 1998, 28, 1, pp 20-21
Abstract

Antilymphocyte serum, prepared in pigs and horses from the thymus and mesenteric lymph nodes of normal dogs (2-4 months old), was used to treat 200 new-born dogs during canine tumour transplantation and transmission studies. Demodectic mange developed in eight treated animals in three litters,...

Author(s)
Owen, L. N.
Citation
Transplantation, 1972, 13, No.6, pp 616-617
Abstract

In view of the rarity of demodectic mange in the horse, the author has searched the literature and here reviews it, giving one case record in detail.
In the horse the demodex usually causes intense itching in the regions where the harness lies and, as a direct or indirect result of scratching, the...

Author(s)
Nörr, J.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1934, 40, pp 217-222
Abstract

In studies in New Zealand in 1972, skin scrapings from 516 mammals of 21 species were examined; 13 species of Demodex were recovered from 10 host species, 8 of the mites being new to New Zealand. D. folliculorum (Simon) and D. brevis Akbulatova were recovered from man, D. bovis Stiles from cattle,...

Author(s)
Nutting, W. B.; Kettle, P. R.; Tenquist, J. D.; Whitten, L. K.
Citation
New Zealand Journal of Zoology, 1975, 2, 2, pp 219-222
Abstract

Acute oral toxicity (LD50) of the organophosphorus pesticide bromophos in g/kg body wt. was as follows: -rat 4-6, mouse 3-6, g.pig about 1.5, rabbit 0.7, fowl 9.7. It was generally safe to give to dogs by mouth (for demodectic mange) at a single dose of 500 mg/kg or repeated doses of 100 mg/kg....

Author(s)
Kinkel, J.; Muacevic, G.; Sehring, R.; Bodenstein, G.
Citation
Arch. Tox., 1966, 22, pp 36-57
Abstract

Examination of dried skins revealed mild Streptothricosis in zebra and donkeys, and demodectic mange in eland.-M.G.G.

Author(s)
Green, H. F.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1960, 72, pp 1098
Abstract

This is a detailed review, with a long reference list, on sarcoptic, psoroptic, and chorioptic mange in equines.
After some notes on the nomenclature of Sarcoptes, which has a single species scabei with several varieties for the various animal species, the review quotes findings on the...

Author(s)
Schmid, F.
Citation
Berliner und Münchener Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 1940, pp 417-420
Abstract

A good summary is given of the causes, symptoms, lesions, and treatment of mange or scab of domestic stock in Canada. The sarcoptic, psoroptic, and symbiotic forms in horses, mules, asses, cattle, and sheep are dealt with, and also the demodectic form in cattle. The sarcoptic form is most difficult ...

Citation
Farmers' Bulletin. Department of Agriculture Canada, 1942, 109, pp 14 pp.
Abstract

A 2% aqueous emulsion of tetra-ethylthiuram monosulphide gave a relatively rapid cure of both sarcoptic and demodectic mange in dogs and of a case of equine chorioptic mange, while one dressing of a 1.25% emulsion cured eight cases of typical "neck mange " [sarcoptic] in cattle.
The preparation is...

Author(s)
Jennings, S.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1942, 54, pp 330-331
Abstract

An influenza-like disease of horses spread through the Northern Territory. It had a very high morbidity but low mortality. Deaths occurred only in horses in poor condition and pneumonia was the final cause of death. Haemolytic streptococci were found in swabs. The overall incidence of TUBERCULOSIS...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Animal Industry Branch, Alice Springs, Australia
Citation
Australia. Northern Territory Administration. Animal Industry Branch. Seventeenth Annual Report 1962-1963 (covering activities for the year ending 30/6/63.)., 1963, pp 64 pp.

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