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This parasite has previously been reported from South America, Europe and India. Isshiki found it in 22 per cent, of 800 Korean calves. He adds one or two particulars of morphology to those previously described by TRAVASSOS and by BHALERAO, and divides the individuals which he examined into three...

Author(s)
ISSHIKI, O.
Publisher
Fusan, Japan
Citation
9th Report Government Inst. Veterinary Research Fusan, Japan., 1934, Part 1, pp 118-125
Abstract

In September 1935 two gravid females of C. bovis (Schnyder, 1906) were found in the duodenum of a calf from south Chosen, used for the production of rinderpest vaccine. The authors believe that this is the first report of this species from cattle in Japan.

Author(s)
ISSHIKI, O.; OGATA, S.
Citation
Journal of the Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, 1937, 16, pp 240-249
Abstract

I. Diethylcarbamazine acid citrate, 10 mg./kg. body wt. daily for 10 days, given to cattle by mouth, killed Setaria without ill effect on the host. At lower dosage it was ineffective. After 2 months 987% of the microfilariae were exterminated and only a few were found in 9 out of 32 cattle. No...

Author(s)
ISHIHARA, T.; OGATA, T.; KAWATA, S.; NINOMIYA, M.; MIKI, S.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science, 1954, 16, Suppl., pp 97-98 pp.
Abstract

A worm nodule of walnut size was sectioned and the microscopic structure of larvae in the uterus of a female worm and in the nodular tissue itself is described. Most of the larvae in the nodular tissue were in the head of the nodule and only a few in its neck; they were generally situated near...

Author(s)
Isshiki, O.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science, 1964, 26, pp 285-294
Abstract

Of 25 582 cattle slaughtered at Kobe abattoir (Japan) in 1958 and 1959 504 (1.9%) had liver fluke lesions in their lungs; 116 such lesions were studied histologically and the development of bronchiectasis is discussed. Early lesions were found in the visceral pleura or just below it suggesting that ...

Author(s)
Ashizawa, H.
Citation
Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Miyazaki University, 1966, 12, pp 1-57
Abstract

Of 25 582 cattle slaughtered at Kobe abattoir (Japan) in 1958 and 1959 504 (1.9%) had liver fluke lesions in their lungs; 116 such lesions were studied histologically and the development of bronchiectasis is discussed. Early lesions were found in the visceral pleura or just below it suggesting that ...

Author(s)
Ashizawa, H.; Nosaka, D.; Osato, K.
Citation
Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Miyazaki University, 1966, 13, pp 1-63
Abstract

Of 25 582 cattle slaughtered at Kobe abattoir (Japan) in 1958 and 1959 504 (1.9%) had liver fluke lesions in their lungs; 116 such lesions were studied histologically and the development of bronchiectasis is discussed. Early lesions were found in the visceral pleura or just below it suggesting that ...

Author(s)
Ashizawa, H.; Nosaka, D.; Osato, K.
Citation
Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Miyazaki University, 1966, 12, pp 58-79
Abstract

The life cycle was investigated of a Stephana-filaria sp. causing muzzle lesions in cattle on the Amami and Ryukyu Islands [see V.B. 36, abst. 1474]. Infective larvae were found to be deposited on the muzzle in spring and early summer. After reaching maturity in the muzzle tissue, most died during...

Author(s)
KôNo, I.; Fukuyoshi, S.
Publisher
Dep. Vet. Path., Fac. Agric., Kagoshima Univ., Kagoshima,
Citation
Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science, 1967, 29, pp 301-313
Abstract

A 3 g faecal sample in a piece of gauze was suspended in a glass centrifuge tube possessing a pointed bottom. About 45 ml of tap water was poured into this tube, which was then allowed to stand overnight or for 24 hours at room temp. (20-25°C). All the sediment in the pointed bottom of the tube was ...

Author(s)
Ueno, H.
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1968, 21, pp 210-213; 209
Abstract

A 3 g faecal sample in a piece of gauze was suspended in a glass centrifuge tube possessing a pointed bottom. About 45 ml of tap water was poured into this tube, which was then allowed to stand overnight or for 24 hours at room temp. (20-25°C). All the sediment in the pointed bottom of the tube was ...

Author(s)
Ueno, H.
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1968, 21, pp 255-259

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