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Abstract

The experiments recorded in this paper were undertaken with a view to determining, if possible, whether Gongylonema scutatum[Gongylonema pulchrum] of cattle can be transmitted to other hosts.
A calf, a sheep, and a pig were fed with specimens of the small cockroach, Blattella, germánica,...

Author(s)
BAYLIS, H. A. ; SHEATHER, A. L. ; ANDREWS, W. H.
Citation
Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1926, 29, 13, pp 194-196 pp.
Abstract

The author gives reasons for maintaining that the Ascaris of the sheep is Ascaris lumbricoides. The list of hosts for this parasite therefore is at present as follows: Man, chimpanzee, orang-outang, pig, sheep, cattle and squirrels.

Author(s)
GOODEY, T.
Citation
Journal of Helminthology, 1926, 4, 1, pp 1-6 pp.
Abstract

The authors record the discovery of larvae resembling the microfilariae of Onchocerca gibsoni in the superficial layers of the dermis of cattle having nodules of Onchocerca gibsoni in the brisket. It is pointed out that the possibility was not excluded that the animals might also harbour O....

Author(s)
HEYDON, G. M.
Publisher
University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia
Citation
Australian Journal of Experimental Biology and Medical Science, 1927, 4, Pt. 2, pp 61-68
Abstract

The author records the widespread occurrence of the parasite in territory hitherto thought to be free
So far it has been found along a strip of coast land centering on Foster, and measuring about 60 miles long by 12 in width.

Author(s)
WOODRUFF, H. A.
Publisher
University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia
Citation
Australian Journal of Experimental Biology and Medical Science, 1927, 4, Pt. 4, pp 271 p
Abstract

Three diseases are described in this paper, namely, lariasis of the camel, "Sarbun" of the Kirgiz sheep, and "Siburlak" of the horse. Filariasis of the camel was first described by JAKIMOFF, and the author is of the opinion that JAKIMOFF'S description leaves something to be desired. A full report...

Author(s)
ZEISS, H.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1927, 35, 23, pp 364-367
Abstract

The author points out that little work has been done regarding the paths taken by drugs administered to cattle and sheep. He states that the value of sulfate of copper in the treatment of parasitic gastritis in sheep is well known, but that with cattle failures have been reported. Three possible...

Author(s)
TAYLOR, E. L.
Citation
Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 1927, 21, 1, pp 27-34 pp.
Abstract

Study of the original material of ocular nematodes from man and the dog in China, as well as material recently secured from a dog and rabbit in Peking leads the author to concur with LEIRER'S view that the worms from man, the dog and the rabbit are all Thelazia callipaede. T. callipaeda males are...

Author(s)
Faust, Ernest Carroll
Citation
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1927, 20, 5; 6, pp 365-369 pp.
Abstract

Late in 1924 the authors visited the Crimea for the purpose of investigating the animal diseases there.
Horses.--Dourine was encountered, and during 1924 its occurrence became widely spread. Piroplasmosis was said to occur there, but no cases were actually encountered. Microfilariasis of horses was ...

Author(s)
YAKIMOFF, W. L. ; RASTEGAÏEFF, E. F.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1927, 20, 5, pp 418-419
Abstract

The disease occurs in animals from 3 to 7 years old, and is of far more frequent occurrence during the summer than the winter. It has been considered as a form of scabies, but the author has demonstrated a microfilaria which he considers to be causally connected with the disease.
The lesions...

Author(s)
OGUNI, Hideo
Citation
Journal of the Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, 1927, 6, 2, pp 188-190 pp.
Abstract

In Panama city the following parasites were found at the abattoir: Cysticercus cellulosae, Macracanthorhynchus hirudinaceus and Setaria labiato-papillosa. Haemonchus contortus was not found. Cysticercus bovis was very rarely encountered. The wild pig and domestic swine harbour Stephanurus dentatus. ...

Author(s)
HALL, M. C.
Citation
Cornell Veterinarian, 1928, 18, 1, pp 1-18

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