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Abstract

This report comprises three sections dealing, respectively, with (1) Contagious Diseases, (2) The Veterinary Pathological Laboratory (MASON, F. E.), and (3) School of Veterinary Medicine (RABAGLIATI D. S.).
SECTION 1. CONTAGIOUS DISEASES.
In this section statistics are given with regard to the...

Author(s)
Littlewood, W.
Publisher
Govt. Press., Cairo, Egypt
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture. Veterinary Service. Annual Report for the Year 1915., 1916, pp vi + 59 pp.
Abstract

Reference is made to an earlier publication (1929) on the same subject by PLUM and BENDIXEN in which 17 cases were described. In eight instances Aspergillus fumigatus and in two cases Absidia ramosa with saprophytic bacteria were recovered; in the remaining seven both fungi were discovered. In...

Author(s)
Plum, N.
Citation
Acta Pathologica et Microbiologica Scandinavica, 1932, 9, pp 150-157
Abstract

The authors reported in an earlier article that the maceration of tubercle bacilli in the filtered extract of Aspergillus fumigatus brings about a mutation following which the tubercle bacilli grow readily on plain agar. It is claimed that the inoculation of virulent cultures of bovine tubercle...

Author(s)
Vaudremer, A.; Degois, E.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1932, 108, pp 609-619
Abstract

In this general survey special attention is given to the diseases found on the examination of a great number of game animals from all parts of Denmark sent to the laboratory for post-mortem examination.
HARES.-Pasteurella pseudotuberculosis rodentium infection is the most important disease; it...

Author(s)
Christiansen, M.
Citation
Maanedsskrift for Dyrlaeger, 1935, 47, pp 853-368; 392-403; 449-463; 481-491; 509-517; 539-551; 570-582
Abstract

The author considers that many cases of " sporadic abortion " in herds free from Br. abortus infection are due to mycotic affections of the pregnant uterus. In this paper he gives details of four such cases and prefaces his account with a brief survey of instances previously recorded by other...

Author(s)
Jungherr, E.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1935, 86, pp 64-75
Abstract

I. Z. studied the influence on human and bovine type tubercle bacilli (strains H522 and B12 respectively) of filtrates of Monilia albicans (R1), Endomyces albicans (R2, R5), Mycotorula albicans (R4), Aspergillus albus (P229), A . fumigatus (P230), and A. mger (P237). Some of the filtrates were...

Author(s)
Zorzoli, G.
Citation
Ann. Ist. Carlo Forlanini, 1940, 4, pp 208-220
Abstract

An acute case of aspergillosis in a three-year-old cow is described. The earliest symptoms were considered to indicate traumatic pericarditis, but the animal was killed within a few days as the condition got worse. P.M. examination showed multiple abscesses in the lungs and liver due to A....

Author(s)
Wyssman, E.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1941, 83, pp 166-171
Abstract

DEPARTMENT OF CLINICAL TROPICAL MEDICINE. The action of sulphaguanidine and sulphamezathine was tested in cases of ulcerative COLITIS. Promising results have attended the use of rectal retention enemas.
DEPARTMENT OF PARASITOLOGY.-Observations were continued into the incidence of undiagnosed...

Author(s)
Parkinson, G. S.
Publisher
London : The School.,
Citation
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (University of London) Incorporating the Ross Institute. Report on the Work of the School For the Year 1941-42., 1942, pp 43 pp.
Abstract

During a period of 18 months, 1, 094 specimens of mycosis or suspected mycosis in the human subject in Britain were examined for the Committee for Research in Medical Mycology (Medical Research Council). Of the fungi more closely related to animal pathology the following were of particular...

Author(s)
Duncan, J. T.
Citation
British Medical Journal, 1945, pp 715-718
Abstract

In this useful survey (which concludes with a bibliography of 138 references) much scattered information on the aetiology, geographical distribution, and diagnosis of systemic mycoses of animals is concisely summarized. Epizootic lymphangitis (Histoplasma farciminosum) of horses, mules, and donkeys ...

Author(s)
Saunders, L. Z.
Citation
Cornell Veterinarian, 1948, 38, pp 213-238

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