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The work has been undertaken to provide accurate statistical information regarding the incidence of hydatid disease, as without it no conclusions can be drawn from ascertained facts whether any given disease is decreasing or increasing in frequence. It is hoped to repeat the surveys at intervals of ...

Author(s)
Fairley, N. Hamilton; Penrose, J. S.
Citation
Medical Journal of Australia, 1928, 2,
Abstract

The work has been undertaken to provide accurate statistical information regarding the incidence of hydatid disease, as without it no conclusions can be drawn from ascertained facts whether any given disease is decreasing or increasing in frequence. It is hoped to repeat the surveys at intervals of ...

Author(s)
Fairley, N. Hamilton; Penrose, J. S.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1929, 5, 1, pp 3-10 pp.
Abstract

The author of this paper disagrees with the general opinion that hydatid disease is rare in England, although much less prevalent than in many other countries. From daily observations carried out at the Birmingham public abattoir he was able to gather a fair idea of the frequency of its occurrence...

Author(s)
Brailsford, J. F.
Citation
Lancet, 1931, pp 185-186 pp.
Abstract

ANIMAL DISEASES
Horses.- No serious disease of an epidemic nature was recorded during the year. There were a number of cases of STRANGLES, and JOINT-ILL in foals, as well as several cases of so-called "AUSTRALIAN STRINGHALT". Forty-two draught stallions were examined for soundness under the...

Author(s)
Barry, W. C.
Citation
Report. Department of Agriculture, New Zealand, 1939-40, 1940, pp 5-15 pp.
Abstract

A large amount of statistical data is tabulated, covering the geographical distribution of the disease in man in Victoria, the cases notified and deaths registered, age and sex distribution and the sites of lesions.
Data on the incidence of hydatid cysts in the viscera of sheep and cattle in...

Author(s)
Cole, G.
Citation
Hlth Bull., Melbourne., 1945, 81-82, pp 2178-2188
Abstract

A general account of echinococcosis from all aspects, both in animals and in human beings, with reference to the disease in Portugal.
Pigs are mainly infested in Portugal. Cattle, sheep and goats follow in that order, but in other countries the order of frequency varies. This may be explained by...

Author(s)
Da Silva Leitao, J. L.
Publisher
Lisboa,
Citation
Arq. Patologia, 1947, 19, pp 265-375
Abstract

A survey of the incidence of Echinococcus in domestic animals revealed that up to 40% of all full-mouthed sheep on 60 to 70% of all properties in New South Wales were infested. Of 481 rural dogs employed in the pastoral and meat industries 128 harboured E. granulosus, the incidence being highest in ...

Author(s)
Gemmell, M. A.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1956, 32, pp 252-255
Abstract

Animal Industry Division. Health of Livestock. £107, 595 compensation was paid for diseased animals slaughtered and £64, 170 for loss of production for cows and heifers condemned as reactors to the tuberculin test. The incidence of TUBERCULOSIS in cattle and pigs is given as: cows 9.2%, bullocks...

Author(s)
Tennent, R. B.
Publisher
Wellington : R. E. Owen, Government Printer.,
Citation
Report of the Department of Agriculture for the year ended 31 March 1958., 1958, pp 161 pp.
Abstract

An outbreak of disease among guineapigs was due to Pasteurella pseudotuberculosis, and was eradicated by the use of a slide agglutination test.
OVINE BRUCELLOSIS can be transmitted to clean rams grazing with infected rams, but not by grazing pastures previously grazed by the infected animals. The...

Publisher
SOUTH AUSTRALIA., Adelaide: K. M. Stevenson, Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Nineteenth Annual Report of the Council of the Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science, July 1956-June 1957., 1958, pp 79 pp.
Abstract

The incidence of E. granulosus was surveyed in sheep and dogs on the same properties. Incidence in sheep appears to depend on climate, but it varied greatly between properties. It was unusual to find dogs over 6 years old heavily infested, even where a high proportion of sheep was infested. Young...

Author(s)
Gemmell, M. A.
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 1959, 35, pp 396-402

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