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This paper reports on the species of parasitic worms found in three small collections from East Africa. Among those mentioned from cattle are Fasciola gigantica, Cotylophoron cotylophorum, Carmyerius exoporus; from goats and sheep Stilesia hepática, Ostertagia ostertagi and Oesophagostomum...

Author(s)
Solomon, S. G.
Citation
Journal of Helminthology, 1932, 10, pp 209-230
Abstract

Sarwar records for the first time in India the presence of Trichostrongylus probolurus, T. axei, Ostertagia ostertagi, O. mentulata, and Trichurisglobulosa in goats; T. globulosa, Cooperia punctata, C. pectinata, and O. mentulata in sheep; O. mentulata in Gazella bennettii; and T. colubriformis in ...

Author(s)
Sarwar, M. M.
Citation
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of India, 1945, 22, pp 274-278
Abstract

Twenty 3-month-old calves were infected with 100 000 Ostertagia ostertagi on day 0, and then with the equivalent of 10 000/day, given 3 times a week. The calves were treated with fenbendazole (Panacur) before infection and 4-5 months after the start of the experiment. Increased pepsinogen levels...

Author(s)
Fox, M. T.; Pitt, S. R.; Gerrelli, D.; Jacobs, D. G.
Publisher
Elsevier Applied Science Publishers Ltd., Barking, Essex, UK
Citation
Immunoassays for veterinary and food analysis - 1., 1988, pp 293-297
Abstract

Ostertagia ostertagi infection in cattle is reviewed under the headings of: life cycle; epidemiology; clinical disease; pathology; pathophysiology; diagnosis; treatment and control.

Author(s)
Myers, G. H.; Taylor, R. F.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 1989, 1, 2, pp 195-200
Abstract

Friesian calves given a low level infection of O. ostertagi over a 6 week period displayed a mild diarrhoea with high faecal egg counts and elevated plasma pepsinogen values. At necropsy on day 23 abomasal lesions characteristic of ostertagiasis were widespread. At 42 and 84 days pi oedema and...

Author(s)
Taylor, L. M.; Parkins, J. J.; Armour, J.; Holmes, P. H.; Bairden, K.; Ibarra-Silva, A. M.; Salman, S. K.; McWilliam, P. N.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1989, 46, 2, pp 218-225
Abstract

Serum pepsinogen levels were measured in twelve 10-month-old calves experimentally infected with 0, 25 000 or 50 000 Ostertagia ostertagi 3rd-stage larvae (L3). Faecal and blood samples were collected on days 0 and 21 pi. Serum pepsinogen levels were significantly elevated in groups infected with...

Author(s)
Mostofa, M.
Citation
Bangladesh Veterinarian, 1989, 6, 2, pp 52-53
Abstract

From March to July 1986, the prevalence of gastrointestinal and lung helminths was determined in 119 spring born cattle, slaughtered periodically from weaning (at 6 months) until they were 22-24 months old. The animals were taken from 5 grazing areas in the semiarid region and 3 in the subhumid...

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Suárez, V. H.
Citation
Revista de Medicina Veterinaria (Buenos Aires), 1990, 71, 1, pp 6-18
Abstract

From March 1985 to September 1987, 393 abomasa of Holstein-Friesian cows were examined for nematode parasites. Nematodes were detected in 75% of the cows. The prevalence of nematode species detected was Ostertagia ostertagi 63.6% (250 abomasa), Mecistocirrus digitatus 46.1% (181), Trichostrongylus...

Author(s)
Fukumoto, S. I.; Etani, K.; Toi, K.; Hanadate, M.; Hidaka, M.; Yokoya, K.; Hiramatsu, T.; Iguchi, T.; Kudo, S.; Miyamoto, K.; Bando, G.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science, 1990, 52, 2, pp 379-385
Abstract

The identification of helminths of cattle in Ituri, Zaire, was carried out by post mortem examinations in slaughterhouses and tracer calves. The 30 diagnosed species were typical of wet tropical areas of Africa. The presence of Dictyocaulus viviparus, Ostertagia ostertagi and Haemonchus similis and ...

Author(s)
Chartier, C.
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1990, 43, 1, pp 75-84
Abstract

The cannulation was performed in 26 Holstein steers. It was successful in 23 (88.5 %) of the animals. 22 were infected either naturally or experimentally with the abomasal nematode, Ostertagia ostertagi and/or other gastrointestinal parasites. Lymph was collected for immunological and biochemical...

Author(s)
Baker, D. G.; Gershwin, L. J.; Snider, T. G.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1991, 52, 7, pp 1117-1120

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