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Author(s)
Mitchell, J. R.
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Bulletin, 1968, 38, 12, pp 829-834
Abstract

Dictyocaulus viviparus larvae were identified in the faeces of 112 (6.3%) of 1777 cattle examined in Korea from March 1976 to February 1977. The rate of infection varied, in the regions investigated, from 3.9% in Gangweon to 8.0% in Honam. The lowest rate of infection occurred in the spring and the ...

Author(s)
Kang, Y. B.; Song, K. C.; Kim, C. S.; Kim, Y. H.; Suh, M. D.; Kim, D. S.
Citation
Research Reports of the Office of Rural Development, Korea, Veterinary & Sericulture, 1977, 19, pp 33-39
Abstract

Thelazia gulosa and T. skrjabini were found in the eyes of 237 (41.9%) of 566 cattle examined after slaughter at an abattoir in Surrey, UK, during 1976. The incidence of infection increased during late June, July and August when there was an increase in the number of immature worms which belonged...

Author(s)
Arbuckle, J. B. R.; Khalil, L. F.
Citation
Veterinary Record., 1978, 102, 10, pp 207-210
Abstract

Examination in July-October 1977 of the eyes of 50 cattle 2 or more years old, mainly crossbred Friesians, slaughtered at Compton, UK, revealed Thelazia in 17. 3 of 14 aged one to 2 years, one of 28 aged 6 to 12 months, and neither of 2 calves less than 6 months old were infected. T. gulosa and T....

Author(s)
Turfrey, B. A.; Chandler, R. L.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1978, 102, 19, pp 423
Abstract

Onchocerca armillata was found in 284 (28%) of 1,016 aortas, and O. gutturosa in 82 (28.87%) of 284 nuchal ligaments and in 11 (7.85%) of 140 rumenosplenic areas from cattle slaughtered during a 12-month period in Iran. Adult parasites were not found in 600 hides. Gross lesions included parasitic...

Author(s)
Cheema, A. H.; Ivoghli, B.
Citation
Veterinary Pathology, 1978, 15, 4, pp 495-505
Abstract

Studies on gastro-intestinal nematode infections of sheep and cattle in England and Wales show that it may be possible to predict from weather data the peak dates of pasture larval infection and the incidence of parasitic gastroenteritis. A lot has been learnt from the abnormally dry summer of 1976 ...

Author(s)
Gibson, T. E.; Smith, L. P.
Publisher
World Meteorological Organization., Geneva, Switzerland
Citation
Weather and parasitic animal disease. (WMO Technical Note No. 159.), 1978, pp 76-80
Abstract

Examination of cattle from various parts of South Africa killed in Pretoria, Johannesburg and Durban showed that parafilariasis was present in 35.9% from northern Transvaal, 13.5% from northern Cape Province and 12.2% from south-western Transvaal. In other areas the disease was less common. The...

Author(s)
Carmichael, I. H.; Koster, S.
Citation
Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, 1978, 45, 3, pp 213-214
Abstract

In Tennessee, USA, the eyes of 63 cattle and 13 horses were examined for Thelazia. 21 cattle were infected, 3 with T. gulosa, 16 with T. skrjabini and 2 with both species. Up to 90 T. gulosa and up to 9 T. skrjabini were recovered from each infected eye. The worms were usually associated with the...

Author(s)
Patton, S.; Marbury, K.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1978, 64, 6, pp 1147-1148
Abstract

At an abattoir in Seoul, Korea, Dictyocaulus viviparus was recovered from 33 (0.36%) of 9208 cattle from various regions of Korea during March to October 1977. Monthly infection rates were highest in July to October. Korean native cattle were more frequently infected than dairy cattle. The...

Author(s)
Suh, M. D.; Kim, N. H.; Kim, S. S.; Kweon, S. H.
Citation
Research Reports of the Office of Rural Development, Korea, Veterinary & Sericulture, 1978, 20, pp 47-52
Abstract

A number of aspects of P. bovicola infection in Sweden are described (occurrence, diagnosis, treatment, economic importance). While the clinical manifestations are insignificant, severe pathological changes occur (extensive oedema, bleeding and discoloured intermuscular fatty connective tissue)....

Author(s)
Nilsson, N.-G.
Citation
Svensk Veterinartidning, 1978, 30, 21, pp 785-787

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