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Author(s)
Vuong Ðuc, C.
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y, 1995, 2, 1, pp 94-95
Abstract

Faecal examination of 1057 buffaloes of 1-180 days of age and 743 calves of the same age range for 57 villages in 5 districts showed Toxocara vitulorum in 404 (38%) of the buffaloes and 128 (17%) of the calves. T. vitulorum eggs were not found in the faeces of the 116 adult buffaloes and 82 adult ...

Author(s)
Le Hai Duong; Do Van Man; Pham Sy Lang; Phan Dich Lan
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y, 1996, 3, 3, pp 50-53
Abstract

Observations on 30 young buffaloes and 18 calves infected with T. vitulorum showed that the main clinical signs were diarrhoea, white and unpleasant-smelling faeces, exhaustion and inactivity. The condition occurred mainly in animals less than 3 months old and not in animals less than 18-24 days...

Author(s)
Le Hai Duong; Pham Sy Lang; Phan Sy Lang; Phan Dich Lan; Nguyen Thi Co
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y, 1997, 4, 1, pp 54-58
Abstract

Author(s)
Vu Tu My
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y, 1997, 4, 3, pp 72-73
Abstract

At PM examination of 2345 buffaloes and 409 cattle from 10 provinces, Elaeophora poeli was found in nodules in the aorta of 592 (25%) and 9 (2%), respectively. The infection rates were higher in highland than lowland areas.

Author(s)
Luong Van Huan; Nguyen Vu Thuy Ha
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y, 1998, 5, 1, pp 81-84
Abstract

More than 100 faecal samples were collected from Brahman calves aged <3 months from a farm in Phung Thuong, Ninh Binh Province, Vietnam, and examined for parasites. The most prevalent parasite was Strongyloides (83%), followed by Ascaris (49%), coccidia (43%), strongyles (25%) and cestodes (2%). ...

Author(s)
Le Minh Ha; Le Ngoc My; Garcia, N.; Morcira, E. P.
Publisher
Vietnam Veterinary Association, Hanoi, Vietnam
Citation
Khoa Hoc Ky Thuat Thu Y (Veterinary Sciences and Techniques), 2000, 7, 4, pp 53-57