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Cattle Plague.-This disease has been responsible for 2, 314 deaths, including 490 following double inoculation in outbreaks. The death-rate from natural infection was about 0.14 per cent. The number of cattle inoculated was 178, 495. Of these, 569 died of rinderpest and 1, 452 of other diseases,...

Author(s)
Egypt.
Publisher
Cairo: Government Press.,
Citation
Annual Report of the Veterinary Service for 1913. Ministry of Agriculture., 1915, pp 27 pp.
Abstract

In addition to the report regarding the contagious diseases this publication contains also those of the Veterinary Pathological Laboratory and the School of Veterinary Medicine.
Section 1. Contagious Diseases.-
Cattle Plague. This disease was responsible for 1, 348 deaths during the year, including ...

Author(s)
Littlewood, W.
Publisher
Cairo : Govt. Press.,
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture. Annual Report of the Veterinary Service for the Year 1914., 1915, pp 49 pp.
Abstract

The following are among the more important of the species identified by the authors as affecting the domesticated animals:
" Nematoda. - Filaría cervina, Duj. A single specimen of this parasite was obtained from the abdominal cavity of a cow at the Georgetown Abattoir. It does not appear to be a...

Author(s)
Bodkin, G. E. ; Oleare, L. D., Jr.
Citation
Bulletin of Entomological Research, 1916, 7, Pt. 2, pp 179-190
Abstract

Examinations of Various Animals. " The routine blood examinations of the animals brought to the slaughter-houses was discontinued in 1916, owing to the reduction of the Stan' occasioned by the continuation of the war. No returns have therefore been made of the parasitic infections occurring in the...

Author(s)
Scott MACFIE, J. W.
Publisher
J. & A. Churchill, London, UK
Citation
Report of the Accra Laboratory for the Year 1916., 1916, pp 115 pp.
Abstract

In this paper the author gives a summary description and a discussion of the numerous experiments previously undertaken by him in order to estimate the efficacy of various anthelmintics for the treatment of worm infestations in the domesticated animals. Reference has already been made to a number...

Author(s)
Hall., M. C.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1919, 55, 1, pp 24-45
Abstract

Guinea-worm disease has been recorded by a number of investigators in dogs, horses and cattle, and in this article the author first gives an account of the rare cases that have been recorded in India. That the condition is a rare one is evidenced by the fact that during the course of investigations ...

Author(s)
Turkhud, D. A.
Citation
Indian Journal of Medical Research, 1920, 7, 4, pp 727-734 pp.
Abstract

CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. Cattle Plague (Rinderpest) and Double Inoculation. In 1916 18 deaths only from rinderpest were recorded, in two Provinces (Girga and Daqahiya), but in addition 104 cases were detected amongst cattle imported from the Soudan. In the preceding year (1915) 358 deaths were reported ...

Author(s)
Littlewood, W.
Publisher
Govt. Press., Cairo, Egypt
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture (Egypt). Veterinary Service. Annual Reports for the Years 1916 & 1917., 1920, pp 59 pp.: 43 pp.
Abstract

SECTION ON CONTAGIOUS DISEASES.
Cattle Plague (Rinderpest). During the year, 1, 794 deaths were reported in two Governates and 14 Provinces. This represented a death-rate of about 0.1 per cent. In addition to the cases that occurred in the interior of the country, 621 cases were detected amongst ...

Author(s)
Littlewood, W. L.
Publisher
Cairo : Government Press.,
Citation
EGYPT. Ministry of Agriculture. Veterinary Service. Annual Report for the Year 1919-20., 1921, pp 47 pp.
Abstract

STAFF.-Apart from the Senior Veterinary Officer, there are, one Government Veterinary Officer, a Stock Inspector and four native assistants.
INSPECTION.-The majority of the stock is owned by small Indian farmers, each herd consisting of just sufficient animals for the requirements of the family a...

Author(s)
Turbett, C. R.
Citation
Annual Report for the Year 1930, Department of Agriculture., 1931, pp 18-21
Abstract

This is an account of the common diseases of animals brought to the above clinic in French West Africa for treatment. Of particular interest are the following: -
Almost every horse is affected with "souma", Trypanosoma cazalboui [vivax] infection. In the early stages, novarsenobenzol (2 g. repeated ...

Author(s)
Missenard.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire Exotique, 1933, 6, pp 185-191

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