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Abstract

Parasitic bronchitis, due to Dictyocaulus viviparus and Gordius viviparus (Strongylus micrurus), is of frequent occurrence in Ruanda. It has occurred among the serum-makers belonging to the laboratory. These animals are grazed on grounds at 1, 500-1, 600 metres above sea-level. During the rainy...

Author(s)
SACEGHEM, R. VAN
Publisher
Bruxelles, Belgium
Citation
Bulletin agricole du Congo belge, 1923, 14, 1, pp 50-56
Abstract

STAFF.-Apart from the Senior Veterinary Officer, there are, one Government Veterinary Officer, a Stock Inspector and four native assistants.
INSPECTION.-The majority of the stock is owned by small Indian farmers, each herd consisting of just sufficient animals for the requirements of the family a...

Author(s)
TURBETT, C. R.
Citation
Annual Report for the Year 1930, Department of Agriculture., 1931, pp 18-21
Abstract

The author traces the relationship between the spread of parasites and the geological and hydrological conditions of the pastures in which the hosts graze. Infection with Fasciola hepatica occurs especially on the pastures where the ground is calcareous [muddy, damp and peaty, where bogs are often...

Author(s)
OBITZ, K.
Citation
Wiadomosci Weterynaryjne, 1932, 11, pp 97-104
Abstract

In an outbreak of Verminous bronchitis due to Dictyocaulus viviparus, three buffaloes and seven cows were affected. Two of the cows died before treatment was begun, but the remaining animals recovered. These received on alternative days five intratracheal injections, each consisting of 10 c.c. of 2 ...

Author(s)
CREMONA, P.; MONACO, R.
Citation
Profilassi, 1933, 6, pp 141-142
Abstract

V. Parasites of cattle are described and illustrated. Life-histories and methods of control are discussed.
The following parasites are dealt with: -Haematopinus eurysternus, Linognathus vituli, Bovicola bovis, Boophilus microplus, Lyperosia exigua, Paramphistomum cervi, Fasciola hepatica, Moniezia...

Author(s)
ROBERTS, F. H. S.
Citation
Anim. Hlth. Stn. Dep. Agric. Qd. adv. Leafl., 1934, 7, pp 16
Abstract

Lanzillo describes an outbreak of verminous bronchitis, diagnosed as due to Dictyocaulus viviparus by Alessandrini, among a herd of 200 cattle two of which died. The symptoms were dispersed by a single intratracheal injection of 10 cc. of a 10 per cent. oil solution of chloroform.

Author(s)
LANZILLO, V.
Citation
Profilassi, 1934, 7, pp 18-14
Abstract

A report for the five years 1929 to 1934 on the diagnosis of causes of death in 81 deer sent for examination. With a few exceptions all the deaths were due either to lungworms (Dictyocaulus viviparus), stomach or intestinal worms (Haemonchus contortus, Chabertia ovina), or to nasal bots (...

Author(s)
GRIEDER, H.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1934, 76, pp 609-617
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

I. The authors report what they claim to be the first record of the helminths mentioned below: -Fasciola hepática was found, in the European bison and elk, apparently originating from infested red or fallow deer on the same ground. Eggs of Moniezia sp. were found in the faeces of the elk and bison, ...

Author(s)
WETZEL, R.; ENIGK, K.
Citation
S. B. Ges. naturf. Fr. Berl, 1936, pp 162-164 pp.
Abstract

I. The lungs or faeces of 440 deer of different species, 32 buffaloes, 23 mountain goats, 129 hares and 77 wild rabbits were examined, A very high infestation was found, ranging up to more than 90 % in some species; the commonest worms were Muellerius capillaris and Dictyocaulus viviparus in the...

Author(s)
BOHN, G.
Publisher
Berlin, Germany
Citation
Untersuchungen über den Lungenwurmbefall der wichtigsten deutschen Nutzwildarten., 1937, pp 44 pp.

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