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During the course of her tour the author visited Java, the Straits Settlements and Malay Federated States, Ceylon, India, Egypt, Europe, Great Britain, United States of America, Canadá, and the Hawaiian Islands. In addition to the personal investigations and inquines made in these places a certain...

Author(s)
Sweet, G.
Publisher
Government Printer, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Investigations into the Occurrence of Onchocerciasis in Cattle and Associated Animais in Countries other than Australia., 1914, pp 54 pp.
Abstract

Horses. -One case only of anthrax is reported.
Cattle: Rinderpest. -There was a considerable decrease in the-number of outbreaks during the year. The numbers were as follows: - 1, 493 cases, number of recoveries 272, number of deaths 1, 152, number shot 69. At the close of the year the island was...

Author(s)
Sturgess, G. W.
Citation
Administration Reports 1915. Report of Government Veterinary Surgeon., 1915, pp 8 pp.
Abstract

In his introduction to this somewhat lengthy dissertation on kumri the author defines the condition as " a chronic incurable disease of horses, characterized by inco-ordination and loss of power in the hind limbs, but not attended with obvious visceral disturbances, wasting of muscles or trophic...

Author(s)
Macalister, G. H. K.
Citation
Memoirs Dept. Agric. India, Vet. Series., 1917, 2, 8, pp 207-261 pp.
Abstract

Infectious diseases.-Rinderpest occurred in six provinces and three remained free. The total number of cases for the year was 2, 076, against 856 in the preceding year. The increase was chiefly due to a somewhat extensive outbreak in the town of Colombo-806 cases. There was a great increase in the...

Author(s)
Sturgess, G. W.
Citation
CEYLON. Administration Reports for 1917. Report of the Government Veterinary Surgeon., 1917, pp 6 pp.
Abstract

STAFF.
There were no new appointments during the year. One assistant veterinary surgeon was sent on a scholarship to the Royal (Dick) Veterinary College, Edinburgh. Another assistant veterinary surgeon was sent for a 15 months special course of training to the Imperial Institute of Animal Husbandry ...

Author(s)
Crawford, M.
Publisher
CEYLON., Colombo : Ceylon Govt. Press,
Citation
Administration Report of the Government Veterinary Surgeon for 1933., 1934, pp 21 pp.
Abstract

ANTHRAX.-303 goats died from anthrax in quarantine, and nine in Colombo. BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS is a rarity in Ceylon; only one out of 40, 800 cattle slaughtered for food was affected, and a few cattle at Kandy reacted to the tuberculin test. Tuberculosis was diagnosed in a dog, for the first time in...

Author(s)
Crawford, M.
Publisher
Colombo: Govt. Press.,
Citation
Administration Report of the Government Veterinary Surgeon for 1934., 1935, pp 16 pp.
Abstract

The value of the complement-fixation test in BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS had been confirmed and the problem of deterioration of the antigen had been overcome.
Corynebacterium ovis treated with sodium lauryl sulfate proved highly antigenic for preparing agglutinating antisera against CASEOUS LYMPHADENITIS,...

Publisher
Govt. Printer, Canberra, Australia
Citation
Fifteenth annual report of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, for year 1940-41., 1941, pp 107 pp.
Abstract

Microfilariae, ranging from 300-850/x. in length, were demonstrated in brain and spinal cord tissue from four typical cases of bovine paraplegia, an enzootic seasonal condition among cattle in Mysore State. Lesions resembled those of necrotizing encephalo-myelomalacia of goats in Ceylon, described...

Author(s)
Mohiyuddeen, S.
Citation
Current Science, 1955, 24, pp 340-341
Abstract

S. recorded the incidence of neoascariasis in 66 buffalo calves with special reference to the age when the faeces become "positive." He discussed the possibility of a strategic period for treating calves for elimination of the adult worms, and for controlling the spread of infection by getting rid...

Author(s)
Shanmugalingam, K.
Citation
Ceylon Veterinary Journal, 1956, 4, pp 46-50
Abstract

A general account of cerebrospinal nematodiasis, with some support for the suggestion that "inadequate host" may be a better description of affected animals than "abnormal host." Reference is made to cases where immature Setaria digitata were recovered from the c.n.s. of cattle, the normal host of...

Author(s)
Shoho, C.
Citation
Ceylon Veterinary Journal, 1956, 4, pp 75-77

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