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In 1979, 73.5% of 930 deer from 5 districts of Czechoslovakia were shown to be infected with helminths by both examination of the alimentary tract and lungs at autopsy and of the faeces. The most frequent gastrointestinal nematodes were Chabertia ovina (in 58.4%), Ostertaginae (30.1%), Trichuris...

Author(s)
Skvor, J.
Citation
Sbornik Vedeckych Praci, USVU, Praha, 1981, No.11, pp 133-140
Abstract

In trials on 1200 roe deer and 200 moufflon, oxfendazole was more effective at 2 mg/kg body-weight for 5 days than at lower doses for 5 or 3 days, giving cure rates of 75-100% against Haemonchus, Trichostrongylus, Nematodirus, Chabertia ovina, Ostertagia and Trichuris, 100% against Dictyocaulus...

Author(s)
Chroust, K.
Citation
Sbornik Vedeckych Praci, USVU, Praha, 1981, No.11, pp 141-146
Abstract

Dictyocaulus viviparus in cattle was registered in 1959 in 440 foci in 48 districts of Czechoslovakia, in 1969 in 51 foci in 13 districts and in 1979 in 54 foci in 14 districts. The highest average infection rate of 0.08% was reported in 1972. Since 1974 the rate has remained at a constant 0.01%...

Author(s)
Zajicek, D.; Pejse, M.; Vozenilkova, J.; Kubin, I.
Citation
Sbornik Vedeckych Praci, Ustredni Statni Veterinarni Ustav, 1982, No.12, pp 89-100
Abstract

Faecal examinations were carried out over one year in a 950-head farm where calves were reared in pens of five up to 30 days, then in pens of 15. By 30 days of age 56% of weaned calves yielded coccidial oocysts; 28% were infected with one species, 16% two and 12% three. Eimeria bovis and E. zuerni...

Author(s)
Bejsovec, J.; Donat, K.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences,
Citation
Veterinarni Medicina, 1982, 27, 7, pp 405-417
Abstract

The gastrointestinal nematodes present in young cattle (2 X 30 animals examined) in 2 type localities in Moravia, Czechoslovakia, were represented by Oesophagostomum (the most frequent genus), Trichostrongylus, Ostertagia, Cooperia and Nematodirus.

Author(s)
Malina, R.
Citation
Veterinarstvi, 1983, 33, 3, pp 119-120
Abstract

A 40-year-old cattle feeder in Czechoslovakia suffering from indigestion, leukocytosis and conspicuous eosinophilia for about 4 years, showed multiple allergic granulomas rich in eosinophilic leukocytes and Toxocara canis in serial sections of liver tissue. Larval toxocariasis was confirmed by a...

Author(s)
Vortel, V.; Pavelka, I.; Uhlíková, M.
Citation
Československá Patologie, 1983, 19, 4, pp 193-198
Abstract

Fenbendazole at 1.5 mg/kg body weight in food on 5 consecutive days was given to 630 roe deer and 100 moufflons in Czechoslovakia; faecal test results were confirmed by autopsy of 10 roe deer and 2 moufflon. The treatment was 100% effective against Dictyocaulus viviparus, Haemonchus contortus and ...

Author(s)
Chroust, K.
Citation
Sborník Vědeckých Prací Ústředního Státního Veterinárního Ústavu v Praze, 1983, No.13, pp 98-103
Abstract

Pairs of milch cows (one nematode-infected and one uninfected) on 2 farms in Czechoslovakia received either 10 mg/kg body-weight of pure levamisole orally or 30 ml Nilverm/animal by drench; similar but untreated pairs were controls. By day 50 after levamisole treatment one previously infected cow...

Author(s)
Prokopič, J.; Kotrlá, B.; Pavlásek, I.; Raškova, H.
Citation
Veterinářství, 1984, 34, 3, pp 102-104
Abstract

Game animals (various deer, mouflon but particularly roe deer) have lately gained great importance in Czechoslovakia and numbers have increased considerably since 1966. The reasons for subsequent losses include such parasitic infections as Capreocaulus capreoli, Dictyocaulus viviparus and various...

Author(s)
Chlupsa, M.
Citation
Veterinářství, 1985, 35, 3, pp 129-130
Abstract

Between 1972 and 1981, 1285 Capreolus capreolus from game areas in Czechoslovakia were examined. In 595 (46.3% total, 56.5% adults, 43.5% deer calves) the cause of death were parasites. Lungworm (Dictyocaulus viviparus, Capreocaulus capreolus) and gastrointestinal nematode (unspecified) infections...

Author(s)
Štěrba, F.; Zámek, L.
Citation
Veterinářství, 1985, 35, 3, pp 131-135

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