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This is a review of present knowledge of echinococcosis with some statistics from various abattoirs in Montevideo. At the Artigas abattoir the percentage of unaffected cattle livers was as low as 7.7 in 1929 and the average percentage over the period 1929-37 was only about 40. At the Swift...

Author(s)
Pou, M. C.
Publisher
B. Aires.,
Citation
Bol. Fac. Agron. Vet. Univ. B. Aires., 1938, 19, pp 40 pp.
Abstract

P. emphasizes the seriousness of echinococcosis in Uruguay. According to official statistics, 37.5 % of sheep and cattle in Uruguay harboured Echinococctis cysts during the period 1930-35. Judging from reports from the various abattoirs, P. estimates the present position to be even more serious. He ...

Author(s)
Pou, M. C.
Publisher
Buenos Aires : Facultad de Agronomia y Veterinaria.,
Citation
Consideraciones sobre el problema de la equinococcosis., 1938, pp 40 pp.
Abstract

This article is an annual report, with comments, on the subject of hydatid incidence. Statistics are given of the incidence of the disease in New Zealand over a period of 50 years. Figures are given indicating that approximately 50% of sheep and cattle slaughtered at the main abattoirs show...

Author(s)
Barnett, L.
Citation
New Zealand Medical Journal, 1941, 40, pp 273-278
Abstract

From 1964 to 1965 the infection was found in 61% of 36, 197 cattle (79% of cows and 56% of young cattle). The incidence in sheep in one locality varied from 35% to 100%. Of 3, 608 pigs, 35% were infected. Of 2, 600 dogs in farming areas, 45% carried tapeworms. From 1962 to 1964, 1, 607 human cases...

Author(s)
Portiel, P.; Staehle, Y.; Tortora, H.; Prantl, M. L.
Publisher
Pan American Sanitary Bureau,
Citation
Boletín de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana, 1967, 62, pp 64-68
Abstract

The various species of Echinococcus are listed and their validity discussed. The world-wide prevalence of human hydatidosis is illustrated by maps. Yearly statistics from Argentina are presented and age and sex-related variations in prevalence pointed out. The data also indicate the frequencies...

Author(s)
Mendy, R. M.
Citation
Veterinary Medical Review, 1975, No. 1/2, pp 176-191
Abstract

The morbidity rate for hydatidosis in man in Uruguay is assessed at 20.3, and the annual mortality at 1.3 per 100 000 people. Animal infection rates vary from 9.4% in lambs to 50% in rams and wethers, and from 7.0% in calves to 81.2% in bulls. Official control and eradication programmes now being...

Author(s)
Guarino, L. A.; Ghio, M. C. de; Freire, S. C. de; Freire, H.; Gaudiano, M. J.; Gamma, G. la
Citation
Veterinary Medical Review, 1981, No.1, pp 47-57
Abstract

Author(s)
Lombardero, O. J.; Bottinelli, R.
Citation
Veterinaria Argentina, 1997, 14, 133, pp 193-194
Abstract

Author(s)
Fernández, H.
Publisher
Pan American Health Organization, Pan American Sanitary Bureau, Washington, USA
Citation
Intersectoral coordination between health and agriculture: zoonoses, food safety and foot-and-mouth disease. Final Report and Proceedings, XII Inter-American Meeting, São Paulo, Brazil, 2-4 May 2001, 2003, pp 133-148
Abstract

Isolates of Echinococcus granulosus from Xinjiang and Gansu Province in China were used in the cloning of the antigen B subunit B1 and B2 genes (AgB1 and AgB2). Their expression levels in 3 different expression systems were compared. Specific primers were designed to amplify the 2 antigen B subunit ...

Author(s)
Jiang Li; Feng Zheng; Xu XueNian; Xue HaiChou; Feng Yu
Publisher
Sun Yat-sen Medical Science of Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China
Citation
Journal of Tropical Medicine (Guangzhou), 2007, 7, 6, pp 539-542
Abstract

Cystic echinococcosis occurs in endemic state in Uruguay and the etiology corresponds to Echinococcus granulosus sheep strain. The objective was to estimate the potencial epidemiological factors importance of cystic echinococcosis in the northwest region of Uruguay. A retrospective analysis of the...

Author(s)
Hernández Russo, Z.; Cabrera Stábile, P.
Publisher
Sociedad Española de Parasitología, Caceres-Badajoz, Spain
Citation
Revista Ibero-Latinoamericana de Parasitología, 2010, 69, 2, pp 223-227

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