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Abstract

In this general survey special attention is given to the diseases found on the examination of a great number of game animals from all parts of Denmark sent to the laboratory for post-mortem examination.
HARES.-Pasteurella pseudotuberculosis rodentium infection is the most important disease; it...

Author(s)
CHRISTIANSEN, M.
Citation
Maanedsskrift for Dyrlaeger, 1935, 47, pp 853-368; 392-403; 449-463; 481-491; 509-517; 539-551; 570-582
Abstract

The author deals with a case of transmission by a bull which was later killed on account of tuberculous orchids. Four cows served by the bull developed ulcerative and nodular processes in the vulva and in one case this was confirmed to be tuberculosis. He refers to the following: -
MAGNUSSON...

Author(s)
PLUM, N.
Citation
Skandinavisk Veterinar-Tidskrift, 1935, 25, pp 301-309
Abstract

The following conditions, as they affect the fur bearing animals bred in captivity in Sweden, are described in a brief and somewhat general manner: tuberculosis, distemper, meat poisoning, jaundice, anthrax, convulsions, pleurisy, haematuria, haemorrhagic enteritis, lung parasites (the incidence of ...

Author(s)
OLSSON, E.
Citation
Vara Palsdjur, 1936, 7; 8, pp 262-265; 18-15 pp.
Abstract

K. gives a review of the parasites discovered at the State Veterinary Bacteriological Institute during the period January 1st to June 80th, 1938, on examination of sheep, swine, cattle, and horses sent to the institute. As a rule, these parasites were fixed, stained, and photographed.
A description ...

Author(s)
KOFFMAN, M.
Citation
Skandinavisk Veterinar-Tidskrift, 1940, 30, pp 286-366
Abstract

O. is consulting veterinary surgeon to the Swedish Fur Animal Breeders' Association. He gives an account of the prevailing diseases of fur animals in Sweden, where in 19S8 there were over 100, 000 breeding animals in captivity. The level of management is high, so that the loss from disease is...

Author(s)
OLSSON, E.
Citation
Beretn. 5. nord. Vet. -mode, Kbh. 1939., 1940, pp 1002-1020 pp.
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
Abstract

After referring to the various opinions as to whether or not this nematode gives rise to pathological changes in horses' stomachs, the authors state that the parasite is of common occurrence in sheep and cattle in Denmark where it may be a contributory cause of parasitic gastritis. During one year...

Author(s)
ROTH, H.; CHRISTENSEN, N. O.
Citation
Skandinavisk Veterinar-Tidskrift, 1942, 32, pp 488-514
Abstract

In this lecture to veterinary students, , H. drew attention to the fact that human infective diseases are for a great part; remarkably species-specific, , i.e. many of them do not also affect animals. Those which are not species-specific form the main, theme of this paper.
Foot and. mouth disease...

Author(s)
HARBITZ, F.
Citation
Norsk Veterinaertidsskrift, 1943, 55, pp 137-173
Abstract

Blood samples were taken from all the horses and cattle entering the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural College in Copenhagen; the formol-gel test was applied to the serum and the reaction was read during the first three hours, the samples being kept at room temperature. A protein determination was...

Author(s)
BING, J.; CHRISTENSEN, N. O.
Citation
Acta Medica Scandinavica, 1944, 116, pp 382-394
Abstract

During the first three months of the 1946-47 session at the State Institute of Veterinary Medicine, Stockholm, abundant material containing the lungworm, D. viviparus, was sent in for examination, mainly from cattle but some also from reindeer. Up to 1944 there had been only rare material from...

Author(s)
KOFFMAN, M.
Citation
Skandinavisk Veterinar-Tidskrift, 1946, 36, pp 718-731

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