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Author(s)
Zuko, A.
Publisher
Veterinaria, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Hercegovina
Citation
Veterinaria (Sarajevo), 1999, 48, 3/4, pp 95-121
Abstract

Author(s)
Šurković-Zuko, A.
Publisher
Veterinaria, Sarajevo, Yugoslavia
Citation
Veterinaria (Sarajevo), 1997, 46, 1/4, pp 107-119
Abstract

Equine infectious anaemia was a particular problem of horses involved in forestry work; of the average 2714 horses examined annually, the percentage positive declined from 5.4% in 1985 to 0.9% in 1989. Other diseases in horses were anthrax, leptospirosis and influenza. Diseases diagnosed in cattle...

Author(s)
Rukavina, L.; Nevjestić, A.; Hadžimuratović, M.
Citation
Veterinaria (Sarajevo), 1991, 40, 1-2, pp 3-15
Abstract

Examination of digestive organs from 287 stray dogs in the area of Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, revealed 11 species of helminths, including the following which can be zoonotic: Metagonimus yokogawai in 2.6%, Dipylidium caninum in 44.9%, Echinococcus granulosus in 5.9% and Toxocara canis in 50%. 17.2% of...

Author(s)
Čanković, M.; Tabaković, B.; Esko, S.
Citation
Veterinaria, Yugoslavia, 1986, 35, 2, pp 153-159
Abstract

Cattle and sheep in Yugoslavia with natural helminth infections were treated with albendazole boluses at varying dosages and the results were assessed by faecal examinations 10-14 days after treatment and post mortem in 5 animals from each group. In cattle, 7.5 mg/kg body weight was 100% effective...

Author(s)
Džakula, N.; Rapić, D.; Žuković, M.
Citation
Praxis Veterinaria, 1985, 33, 1/2, pp 167-171
Abstract

The infection rates for parasites present in 729 cattle examined at Loznica, Yugoslavia, in autumn 1984 were Moniezia spp. 55%, Paramphistomum spp. 17%, Fasciola hepatica, Strongyloides papillosus and gastrointestinal strongyles all under 1%, and Eimeria spp. 43%.

Author(s)
Stanković, J.; Demjanov, F.; Trišić, Z.
Citation
Praxis Veterinaria, 1985, 33, 1/2, pp 125-127
Abstract

The effect on weight gains of anthelmintic treatment, mostly Nilverm, of large numbers of calves against gastrointestinal nematodes, including trichostrongyles, in the Ptuj area, Yugoslavia, is briefly reported.

Author(s)
Glaser, R.
Citation
Praxis Veterinaria, 1985, 33, 1/2, pp 117-118
Abstract

The rates of helminth infection recorded on examination of many thousands of cattle and pigs in Croatian slaughterhouses (Yugoslavia) are tabulated for selected years between 1979 and 1984. Liver fluke infection in cattle rose from 11.6% in 1983 to 11.85 in 1984 and hydatid in pigs similarly rose...

Author(s)
Majurdžić, D.
Citation
Praxis Veterinaria, 1985, 33, 1/2, pp 71-73
Abstract

The parasitic situation in the 1980's among farm animals in a northern district of Yugoslavia is considered, with particular reference to liver fluke, monieziasis and ascarid and strongyloid infections in cattle, sheep and pigs. For pigs the incidence of cysticerciasis, hydatidosis and...

Author(s)
Pujin, D.; Žigić, B.; Varga, F.; Gerhart, P.
Citation
Praxis Veterinaria, 1985, 33, 1/2, pp 59-61
Abstract

Faecal and post-mortem examination results revealed the presence of 3 species of trematodes, 4 adult and 4 larval species of cestodes and 32 species of nematodes in cattle and sheep in Bosna and Hercegivena (Yugoslavia). The prevalence rates in different districts are tabulated for Paramphistomum ...

Author(s)
Čanković, M.; Rozman, M.; Imamović, V.
Citation
Praxis Veterinaria, 1985, 33, 1/2, pp 29-33

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