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Abstract

Three diseases are described in this paper, namely, lariasis of the camel, "Sarbun" of the Kirgiz sheep, and "Siburlak" of the horse. Filariasis of the camel was first described by JAKIMOFF, and the author is of the opinion that JAKIMOFF'S description leaves something to be desired. A full report...

Author(s)
Zeiss, H.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1927, 35, 23, pp 364-367
Abstract

This is a summary of the results of the diagnostic post-mortem work of the station for diagnosis of animal diseases at Mödling near Vienna. [Bundesanstalt fur Tierseuchenbekämpfung, Mödling bei, Wien].
In 1931 nearly 900 game and other wild animals, or specimens, were sent for diagnosis and over...

Author(s)
Michalka, J.
Citation
Wiener Tierarztliche Monatsschrift, 1932, 19, pp 609-616
Abstract

The outstanding work on veterinary haematology of the year was the author's own textbook " Grundlagen einer klinischen Hämatologie der Haustiere, " which, as the first book of its kind, is indispensable to Workers in that field.
[As space does not permit a full abstract, the more important works...

Author(s)
Wirth, D.
Citation
Folia. haematol., 1933, 50, pp 112-119
Abstract

The report period has been extended to three years instead of two as previously [V. B. 5. 172.] and this report extends from April, 1938 to March, 1936. Twenty-eight institutes contributed the material for review. This report is rich in details of local conditions.
DISEASES OF HORSES.
...

Author(s)
Miessner, H.; Harms, F.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1936, 44, pp 689-653; 657-663
Abstract

This report is packed with detail and so can only be abstracted in general terms. Part I deals with notifiable diseases and Part II with other diseases, market and frontier control, abattoir statistics, veterinary legislation and with a special clinical investigation into equine infectious anaemia...

Author(s)
Müssemeier; Hofferber.
Publisher
Berlin : Richard Schoetz,
Citation
Veroffentlichungen aus den jahres. Veterinar-Berichten der beamteten Tierarzte Preussens fur die Jahre 1933 und 1934., 1936, 2 Vols, pp 181; 448 pp.
Abstract

IV. Discusses extensive copper poisoning in animals occurring in Westphalia in 1938, from deposition of copperized dust on pastures from chimney gases of a copper factory. Horses, cattle, sheep and goats were affected. Livers of affected sheep showed 60-250 mg. Cu per kg. of fresh tissue, as...

Author(s)
Bischoff, O.; Haun, F.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1939, 47, pp 442-447
Abstract

S. summarizes the occurrence of various parasites in domestic ruminants and in roe deer, red deer, hares, and rabbits. He concludes that transmission of the principal stomach worms is possible between cattle, sheep, goats, roe deer, and red deer. The trematodes (especially the liver fluke) and...

Author(s)
Schmid, F.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1940, 48, pp 638-639
Abstract

B., who was appointed the principal veterinary officer of the newly constituted Reichsgau of Wartheland [V.B. 11. 880.], describes briefly the disorganization in the livestock industry consequent on the German invasion and the early reorganization of veterinary work.
The Gau is divided into three ...

Author(s)
Bartels.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1940, 48, pp 519-523
Abstract

There is no single law on the control of livestock diseases, but numerous separate decrees exist by which control is exercised through local (department) authorities. There is very little State financial support for the compensation of farmers, etc. for loss by compulsory slaughter. Only in the...

Author(s)
Semmler, W.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1941, 47, pp 309-311; 324-326; 335-338
Abstract

The veterinary service of Norway operated under the Ministry of Agriculture [in 1941 it was transferred to the Ministry of the Interior] and was based on the appointment of district veterinarians in charge of local areas. The veterinary college at Oslo and the veterinary institute at Oslo are also...

Author(s)
Daniels.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1941, 47, pp 172-175; 184-186

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