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By examination of naturally infected cattle the authors confirmed that the adults of Stephanofilaria dedoesi are located in skin lesions while the larvae occur mainly in the lymphatic system. There was no evidence of a diurnal periodicity in the appearance of larvae in the lymph nodes. Treatment...

Author(s)
HOLZ, J.; ADIWINATA, R. T.
Citation
Veterinar-Medizinische Nachrichten, 1957, 1, pp 25-35 pp.
Abstract

I. Cases of dermatitis caused by Stephanofilaria dedoesi have so far only been known to occur in cattle. It appears, however, that goats may also be affected, showing the same symptoms. The authors suggest that the names previously used, such as "cascado", "abango" and "dermatitis verminosa...

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BUBBERMAN, C.; KRANEVELD, F. C.
Citation
Nederlandsch-Indische Bladen voor Diergeneeskunde, 1934, 46, pp 67-73
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'Concealed' antigens (which do not stimulate an immune response during a natural infection, typically because of their physical location, but do when the host is first immunized with the antigen) are discussed and illustrated by reference to 3 examples (the cattle tick, Boophilus microplus, the...

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Willadsen, P.; Eisemann, C. H.; Tellam, R. L.
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Parasitology Today, 1993, 9, 4, pp 132-135
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Roberts, H. E.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1973, 93, No.5, pp 147
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Aitken, M. M.; Sanford, J.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1973, 93, No.7, pp 209-210
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Aitken and Sanford report that spiral strips of pulmonary veins, pulmonary arteries and bronchioles, removed post mortem from cattle diagnosed as having "fog fever", contracted in vitro in response to homogenized Dictyocaulus viviparus in 2 of 3 cases examined. D. viviparus homogenate did not cause ...

Author(s)
Aitken, M. M.; Sanford, J.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1973, 93, 7, pp 209-210
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Roberts discusses Crowther's letter and agrees with a personal communication from Michel that lungworms are unlikely to be responsible for the majority of cases of "fog fever.".

Author(s)
Roberts, H. E.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1973, 93, 5, pp 147
Abstract

The author reports the outbreak of a respiratory disease among goats in Cyprus, causing 10 to 20% mortality, with symptons similar to "fog fever" in cattle. Dictyocaulus and Muellerius larvae were found in lung tissue and faecal examination revealed heavy infection. The author considers that...

Author(s)
Crowther, R. W.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1973, 93, 3, pp 86
Abstract

A 'front-loaded' oxfendazole pulse release intraruminal device (FLOPRB), giving six oxfendazole pulses at 3-week intervals, the first of which is released within hours of administration, was compared with an oxfendazole pulse release bolus (OPRB), giving five therapeutic doses at 3-week intervals....

Author(s)
Jacobs, D. E.; Pilkington, J. G.; Foster, J.; Fox, M. T.; Oakley, G. A.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1987, 121, 17, pp 403-404
Abstract

A case of ocular Thelazia rhodesii infection of a cow is reported briefly from Bangladesh.

Author(s)
Shaikh, H.; Karim, J.
Publisher
Dutch Section of the World Association for Buiatrics, Utrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Proceedings, Volume 2, XIIth World Congress on diseases of cattle, The Netherlands, 7-10 September 1982., 1982, pp 1311-1314

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