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I. Pus found on the conjunctiva of both eyes of a three-year-old cow, was found to contain small male and female worms, believed to be Thelazia.

Author(s)
JOLING, K. F.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1938, 65, pp 671
Abstract

Four cases of bovine coccidiosis were reported in East Flanders during the. summer months. Calves of approximately four months of age were seen to be suffering from violent diarrhoea without any. evidence of blood. Oocysts were found in large numbers in the faeces of one calf and to a lesser degree ...

Author(s)
WILLEMS, A. E. R.; DOORME, H.
Citation
Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift, 1941, pp 185 p
Abstract

Preceding the conference, the formation of a Veterinary Educational Trust was announced. The object of the Trust is to raise at least a million pounds. The income from this capital is to be devoted to improving and broadening educational facilities within the veterinary profession. Subsequently,...

Citation
Veterinary Record, 1942, 54, pp 441-450; 459-463; 450-453 and 463-466 pp.
Abstract

Among a herd of heifers in Friesland a large number had diarrhoea and emaciation caused by gastritis and the presence of trichostrongyles and Cooperia. Elsewhere in the province of Friesland the authors also noticed mortality among heifers. As strongyles were absent it is supposed that a dietary...

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DE JONG, J. J.; STEGENGA, T.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1945, 71, pp 260-270
Abstract

This is the report of the proceedings of a meeting of Dutch medical and veterinary scientists. The need for closer contact between medical and veterinary sciences was emphasized. Effective control of certain human diseases cannot be achieved without effective control in domesticated and wild...

Author(s)
ANON.
Publisher
Leiden : Stenfert Kroese,
Citation
Proceedings of the Institute for Preventive Medicine., 1948, XII, pp 91 pp.
Abstract

This is a general account of the subject, the differential diagnosis of gastro-intestinal strongyïosis in cattle from other conditions being taken into account. S. gives, in some detail, the differentiation of the eggs of the several species of strongyles concerned. From the stages of development...

Author(s)
SWIERSTRA, D.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1950, 75, pp 237-244
Abstract

The following were among the main diseases that were registered: Salmonella typhi-murium infection in guineapigs and in canaries; duck plague; Heterakis isolonchiae infestation in pheasants; staphylococcal, streptococcal and other bacterial diseases of dogs (with drug-sensitivity tests);...

Author(s)
van der Schaaf, A.; van Dorssen, C. A.; Donker-Voet, J.; Frik, J. F.; van Maanen, P. H. A. M.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1961, 86, pp 525-536
Abstract

The livestock population of the Republic on June 1, 1962 was 4, 741, 000 cattle, 4, 670, 600 sheep. 1, 110, 600 pigs and 195, 900 horses. By the end of March 1963, 17 counties were attested under the Bovine TB. Eradication Scheme, while the other nine, the southern dairying counties, were clearance ...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
Dublin: Stationery Office.,
Citation
Republic of Ireland. Thirty-second Annual Report of the Minister for Agriculture 1962-63., 1963, pp 142+164 pages of Aendices pp.
Abstract

The cattle population of Drenthe province is 265, 000. No case of BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS has been seen since the year 1961/2, with the exception of one case in the year 1966/7. Each year over 80, 000 cattle are tuberculin tested, and about 800 have to be retested because of non-specific reactions. The ...

Author(s)
Anon.
Citation
Netherlands. Stichting Gezond-heidsdienst voor Dieren in Drenthe. 21 e en 22e Jaarverslag., 1967, pp 143 and 59 pp.
Abstract

Observations on animals artificially infected with D. viviparus and animals in the field affected with "fog fever" (pulmonary emphysema) demonstrated that some cases of fog fever result from the reinfection of cattle, sensitized by previous infection, with large numbers of D. viviparus larvae. In...

Author(s)
Weisman, J.
Citation
Proefschrift ter verkrijging van den graad van Doctor, Rijks-Universiteit Utrecht, Fac. Diergeneeskunde, 1970, pp 123 + 37 graphs pp.

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