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In the Kazakh SSR, the results of the skin test for hydatidosis were compared with serological reactions in 152 sheep (128 with hydatids and 24 healthy) before slaughter. The skin and scolex precipitation tests were the most sensitive and specific (93.7 and 96.0% respectively). The long CFT and...

Author(s)
Ismagilova, R. G.
Publisher
Kazakhskii Nauchno-Issledovatelskii Veterinarnyi Institut, Alma-Ata, USSR
Citation
Materialy respublikanskogo seminara po bor'be s parazitarnymi boleznyami sel'skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh, posvyashchennogo 100-letiyu so dnya rozhdeniya Akademika K.I. Skryabina., 1979, pp 64-70
Abstract

The local-, sex-, age-, occupation- and race-related variations in the prevalence of hydatidosis in the population of Kirgizia, USSR, based on archival material from 1965 to 1979 are tabulated. The prevalence has remained relatively steady over these 15 years, with mostly rural inhabitants (sheep...

Author(s)
Akmatov, B. A.
Citation
Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov Kirgizskogo Gosudarstvennogo Meditsinskogo Instituta (Ėkhinokokkoz - diagnostika i lechenie)., 1980, 141, pp 6-17
Abstract

In a survey of 1100 cattle slaughtered between December 1976 and September 1978, there were 468 cases of echinococcosis (42.12%) and 19 of cysticercosis (1.73%). Echinococcus cysts were found in 365 livers and 340 lungs. The liver was affected by disease in 79% of cattle and the lung in 73%. Other...

Author(s)
Prabhakaran, P.; Soman, M.; Iyer, R. P.; Abraham, J.
Citation
Kerala Journal of Veterinary Science, 1980, 11, 1, pp 159-163
Abstract

Multiple hydatid cysts were found in the brain of a cross-bred cow during postmortem examination. A tumour was also present on the ethmoid mucosa.

Author(s)
Rajan, A.; Sreekumaran, T.; Valsala, K. V.; Nair, M. K.
Citation
Kerala Journal of Veterinary Science, 1981, 12, 1, pp 73-76
Abstract

Hydatid cysts were recovered from 8 of 10 yaks, 22 of 44 sheep, 5 of 20 cattle and 4 of 12 goats in Sikkim, India, mostly from the lungs. The high prevalence of hydatidosis amongst the livestock of Sikkim is attributable to the high population of dogs and other wild carnivores and the feeding of...

Author(s)
Katiyar, R. D.; Sinha, A. K.
Citation
Livestock Adviser, 1981, 6, 11, pp 57-58
Abstract

Hydatid cysts were recovered from about 537 of 48 268 patients (1.1%) examined at hospitals in Mashhad, Iran. The rate of infection tended to be higher among women. Adults were recovered from 50 of 266 stray dogs (18.8%) examined during 1968 to 1975 and cysts from 926 of 12 813 sheep and goats...

Author(s)
Lari, M. M.; Manoochehr Moatekef, M. D.; Farid, R.
Citation
Revista Iberica de Parasitologia, 1981, 41, 4, pp 581-590
Abstract

Ova from cestodes recovered from dogs infected with hydatids from Rangifer tarandus in Yakutiya, USSR, were not infective to cattle but young R. tarandus became infected and small hydatids were recovered, 9 months after infection, from the lungs and other organs. Cysts from the brain contained...

Author(s)
Safronov, M. G.; Isakov, S. I.
Citation
Nauchno-Tekhnicheskiĭ Byulleten' VASKhNIL, Sibirskoe OtdelenieNauchno-Tekhnicheskiĭ Byulleten' VASKhNIL, Sibirskoe Otdelenie (Infektsionnye i invazionnye bolezni zhivotnykh Yakutii)., 1982, No. 9, pp 29-31
Abstract

In Yakutiya, USSR, 252 (36.8%) of 685 commercial white foxes [Alopex lagopus] were found infected with Echinococcus multilocularis, often with several thousand cestodes/fox. Infection was present throughout the year. In wild foxes, the rate of infection was 56.7% in males and 47.7% in females....

Author(s)
Isakov, S. I.
Citation
Parazitologiya, 1982, 16, 4, pp 330-333
Abstract

Hydatid cysts were found in 34.1% of 337 buffaloes killed in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, India, and in 8.9% of 156 killed in Ludhiana. In Ludhiana, cysts were also found in 6 of 79 cattle, 5.1% of 328 sheep and 2.8% of 315 goats. The lungs and liver were the predominant organs involved; more buffaloes ...

Author(s)
Deka, D. K.; Srivastava, G. C.; Chhabra, R. C.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 1983, 53, 2, pp 200-202
Abstract

Examination of archival material for 1966 to 1980 suggests that hydatidosis remains a prevalent disease in the Dzhambul region of the Kazakh SSR. The disease was recorded in 1980 at 3.1/100 000 inhabitants and in 20.9 and 24.6% of cattle and sheep respectively; 9% of dogs were infected with ...

Author(s)
Ordabekov, S. O.; Zainchkovskaya, Ya. V.
Citation
Zdravookhranenie Kazakhstana, 1983, No.4, pp 13-15

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