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This research was conceived on the receipt from a veterinary officer in (then) German South-West Africa of scab material preserved in 50 per cent. glycerine. A short accompanying descriptive note stated that goats in the sender's district showed black warty growths round the mouth and nose, which...

Author(s)
Zeller, H.
Citation
Arbeiten a. d. Reichsgesundheitsamte., 1920, 52, 3, pp 501-537 pp.
Abstract

Reid describes briefly a mycotic skin disease of cattle in New Zealand presenting points of considerable resemblance with a similar condition which has recently been described by authors in Southern Central Africa [see this Bulletin, 1920, Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 232, HORNBY, Contagious Impetigo of ...

Author(s)
Reid, H. A.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1921, 77, 1, pp 21-23 pp.
Abstract

Case 1. A heifer in good condition having considerable enlargement of the parotid region. There was no systemic disturbance, and the swelling was practically painless. A tentative diagnosis of actino-mycosis was made, but appropriate treatment with iodine was without result. Application of a...

Author(s)
Bergeon.
Citation
Bulletin de la Societe Medico-Chirurgicale de l'Indochine, 1929, 7, 2, pp 116-121 pp.
Abstract

NOTE: A paper presented to the Dumfries and Galloway Division, N.V.M.A. Gt. Britain, at Dumfries, on December 9th, 1930.
Knowledge on the mode of infection of the udder is still far from complete. Under research conditions, artificial infection has only been produced by means of the intramammary...

Author(s)
Stableforth, A. W.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1931, 11, pp 393-398
Abstract

This report is on the same lines as that for the previous year [abstracted in this Bulletin. 2. 584]. The chief financial and other changes in the staff are described in the introduction and nearly all the results of diagnostic work are given in tabular form. This includes, besides bacteriological...

Author(s)
Wall, S.
Publisher
Uppsala: Almqvist & Wiksells Boktryckeri.,
Citation
Berattelse over Verksamheten vid Statens Veterinarbakterio-logiska Anstalt. Rakenskapsaret 1931-1932., 1932, pp 60 pp.
Abstract

According to the annual report for 1933 of the State Veterinary Bacteriological Institute at Kovno, investigations were made into 120 cases of bovine mastitis. The infection was caused by Bact. coli in 72.5 per cent. of cases, micrococcus in 10 percent., streptococcus in 8.3 per cent.,...

Author(s)
Savickis, J.
Publisher
Kovno.,
Citation
Vet. ir Zootech., 1934, 11, pp 33-40
Abstract

I. Of 1, 471 milking cows in 92 herds, which were under observation from March to November, 1933, 207 (14 per cent.) showed clinical symptoms of mastitis. Of these 207 cases, 188 were due to streptococci, 20 to staphylococci, 16 to coliform bacteria, 13 to Corynebact. pyogenes, 4 to Mycobact....

Author(s)
Stylianopoulos, M.
Citation
Ann. Med. vet., 1934, 79, pp 19-26
Abstract

This laboratory, at Beirut, under the direction of Veterinary Captain SOULIÉ, serves as a diagnostic centre for animal disease in French mandated territory in Syria. The section on diagnosis gives an indication of the diseases occurring in the territory.
One case of tuberculosis was diagnosed in a...

Author(s)
Soulié.
Citation
Revista de Veterinaria Militar, 1934, 18, pp 127-142
Abstract

During the year the research side of the institute was reorganized and three sections, viz., Pathology, Serology and Protozoology were created. The post of whole-time protozoologist has not yet been filled; it is hoped, however, that this will materialize in the near future.
The administrative...

Author(s)
Taylor, W.
Publisher
New Delhi: Govt. of India Press.,
Citation
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA., 1934, pp 53 pp.
Abstract

The authors conclude that Staphylococci isolated from the secretion of severe or fatal cases of bovine mastitis, from superficial abscesses of the skin of the cow's udder, and also certain strains from normal milk, form a definite group with common characteristics. Freshly isolated strains are...

Author(s)
Little, R. B.; Foley, E. J.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1935, 87, pp 637-649

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