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The scientific session of the All-Union Society of Helminthologists was attended by 500 members and by visitors from Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary and Poland. The author gave abstracts of the 40 papers read before the veterinary section. Subjects dealt with included plans for the...

Author(s)
Antipin, D. H.
Publisher
Moscow.,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1956, 33, 2, pp 90-95 pp.
Abstract

Dictyocaulus viviparus in cattle was registered in 1959 in 440 foci in 48 districts of Czechoslovakia, in 1969 in 51 foci in 13 districts and in 1979 in 54 foci in 14 districts. The highest average infection rate of 0.08% was reported in 1972. Since 1974 the rate has remained at a constant 0.01%...

Author(s)
Zajicek, D.; Pejse, M.; Vozenilkova, J.; Kubin, I.
Citation
Sbornik Vedeckych Praci, Ustredni Statni Veterinarni Ustav, 1982, No.12, pp 89-100
Abstract

The gastrointestinal nematodes present in young cattle (2 X 30 animals examined) in 2 type localities in Moravia, Czechoslovakia, were represented by Oesophagostomum (the most frequent genus), Trichostrongylus, Ostertagia, Cooperia and Nematodirus.

Author(s)
Malina, R.
Citation
Veterinarstvi, 1983, 33, 3, pp 119-120
Abstract

Of 138 hares that were dissected, 24 (10.1%) had Dictyocaulus larvae in the trachea and bronchi. Usually more than or equal to 1000 larvae were present. Only 2 hares had adult worms. Morphological study of the parasites showed that they were D. viviparus -- an illustrated description is provided....

Author(s)
Dvorakova; Barus, V.
Citation
Helminthologia, 1983, 20, 1, pp 39-44
Abstract

A 40-year-old cattle feeder in Czechoslovakia suffering from indigestion, leukocytosis and conspicuous eosinophilia for about 4 years, showed multiple allergic granulomas rich in eosinophilic leukocytes and Toxocara canis in serial sections of liver tissue. Larval toxocariasis was confirmed by a...

Author(s)
Vortel, V.; Pavelka, I.; Uhlíková, M.
Citation
Československá Patologie, 1983, 19, 4, pp 193-198
Abstract

A total of 42 cattle in Slovakia, Czechoslovakia, suffering with kerato-conjunctivitis due to Thelazia rhodesi received single or repeated (after 48 h) subcutaneous injections of a 1% solution of ivermectin (Ivomec MSD) at 200 mg/kg body weight. The condition improved rapidly and normalized in all...

Author(s)
Čorba, J.
Citation
Veterinářství, 1985, 35, 3, pp 123
Abstract

E. schneideri was not found, nor were any lesions seen suggestive of its presence, in segments of the carotid artery from 27 Cervus elaphus elaphus, 2 Dama dama, 30 domestic sheep, 23 cattle and 4 goats from southern Bohemia, southern Moravia and central Slovakia in Czechoslovakia. The parasite is...

Author(s)
Worley, D. E.; Kolář, P.; Čorba, J.; Chroust, K.; Kotrlá, B.
Citation
Folia Parasitologica, 1985, 32, 4, pp 371-372
Abstract

Examinations in the course of 5 years of game animals in southern Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, showed Capreocaulus capreoli to be the most frequent lungworm in roe deer and Dictyocaulus viviparus present as weak or average infections; annual rates of lungworm infections varied from 27 to 100%. Bicaulus ...

Author(s)
Dvořákovahacek˜, L.
Citation
Veterinárství, 1986, 36, 11, pp 509-510
Abstract

Pooled skin samples each containing material collected from the lower abdomen of 20 cows in the summer were examined from 44 farms in 1987 and 18 in 1988; 7 (16%) and 5 (27%) farms were positive, respectively, for microfilariae.

Author(s)
Klasová, D.
Citation
Veterinářství, 1989, 39, 12, pp 540-541
Abstract

A new Czech 5% fenbendazole preparation was given orally to three bullocks (of 100-110 kg body weight) at 7.5 mg/kg 30 days after the i.v. injection of 5000 Dictyocaulus viviparus larvae, to six dogs at 50 mg/kg daily on the 103rd to 105th day after experimental infection with 10 Taenia pisiformis ...

Author(s)
Kinkorová, J.; Routa, V.; Babíček, K.; Daněk, J.
Citation
Biologizace a Chemizace Živočišné Výroby, Veterinaria, 1990, 26, 3, pp 235-244

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