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Principles of diagnosis of babesiosis or tickborne protozoal infection in diseased animals and investigations of an unharmed herd, and herds with enzootic stability (herd immunity) and instability are considered. Methods used in France for diagnosis of babesiosis caused by Babesia divergens...

Author(s)
Chauvin, A.; Malandrin, L.; Bonnet, S.; L'Hostis, M.
Publisher
NÉVA Europarc, Créteil, France
Citation
Le Nouveau Praticien Vétérinaire Élevages et Santé, 2007, No.6, pp 28-34, 90
AbstractFull Text

An epidemiological survey carried out among veterinary surgeons in North-Kivu (n=1,021) showed that bovine theileriosis is more commonly encountered (49.35%) than anaplasmosis (35.5%) and babesiosis (15.15%). Clinical diseases were reported over the year in thirty agropastoral locations distributed ...

Author(s)
Kalume, M. K.; Losson, B.; Vyambwera, C. G.; Mbegumbaya, L.; Makumyaviri, A. M.; Saegerman, C.
Publisher
Association pour l'Étude de l'Épidémiologie des Maladies Animales, Maisons-Alfort, France
Citation
Épidémiologie et Santé Animale, 2009, No.56, pp 197-216
Abstract

Piroplasmosis or babesiosis in cattle in northern Europe is caused either by Babesia divergens, which is transmitted by the tick Ixodes ricinus, or B. major, which is transmitted by the tick Haemaphysalis punctata. B. divergens is responsible for clinical cases which are characterized by fever,...

Author(s)
Baudet, M. H.
Citation
Production Laitière Moderne, 1995, No. 247, pp 42
Abstract

This review covers aetiology, epidemiology, clinical signs, pathogenesis, diagnosis, therapy and prevention of bovine babesiosis in temperate regions. The two species covered are Babesia divergens and B. major, transmitted by Ixodes ricinus and Haemaphysalis punctata.

Author(s)
Bourdoiseau, G.; L'Hostis, M.
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 1995, 27, 168, pp 125-131
Abstract

In this area, since 1965, 17 foci of piroplasmosis in cattle have been identified, and between 1970 and 1981 there were 64 severe cases with haemoglobinuria; 43 of these were aged 9 months to 3 years, but 13 were cows aged 3 to 9 years. Babesia divergens, transmitted by Ixodes ricinus, was...

Author(s)
Gern, L.; Brossard, M.; Aeschlimann, A.; Broquet, C. A.; Quenet, G.; Stucki, J. P.; Ackermann, J.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1982, 124, 11, pp 549-556
Abstract

This interesting book is not a general review of the subject of bovine piroplasmosis, but records the results of the study of tick-borne diseases of cattle (piroplasmosis, theileriasis and anaplas-mosis) in North Africa over a period of 80 years. During this time five bovine infections due to these ...

Author(s)
Sergent, Ed.; Donatien, A.; Parrot, L.; Lestoquard, F.
Publisher
Algiers: Institut Pasteur d'Algérie,
Citation
Etudes sur les piro-plasmoses bovines., 1945, pp 816 pp.

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