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By the above names the author distinguishes a disease of horses which is in his opinion due to the presence of the intestinal worm, Cylicostomum tetracanthum. It occurs throughout Brazil from north to south, where it chiefly affects young horses imported from Europe, especially thoroughbreds. It...

Author(s)
Conreur, C.
Citation
Arch. Brasileiros de Med., 1915, 5, 8, pp 323-348
Abstract

In 1930, MAPLESTONE recorded two new species of nodular worms in swine, naming them Oesophagostomum suis and O. conicum. The first of these, O. suis, appears to be identical with O. brevicaudum described by SCHWARTZ and ALICATA in 1930, [see this Bulletin. 1. 58.] but the second species, O. conicum...

Author(s)
Schwartz, B.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1931, 24, pp 411-415
Abstract

II. This is an account of the finding of Haemonchus similis Travassos, 19l4 and Capillaria bilobata n. sp. in the abomasum of cattle at Muktesar. The last named is described, figured and compared, in two tables with the males and females of four other species of Capillaria from cattle in Europe and ...

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Bhalerao, G. D.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, 1933, 3, pp 166-178
Abstract

Laboratory Work
BACTERIOLOGY.-The avirulent spore vaccine for ANTHRAX was used on a much wider scale with good results. The issue was begun of a BLACKLEG vaccine to which alum had been added and of which the preliminary tests had given' very good results. The herd of initially uninfected cows in a...

Author(s)
Du Toit, P. J.
Citation
Farming in South Africa, 1940, 15, pp 480-484
Abstract

The scientific session of the All-Union Society of Helminthologists was attended by 500 members and by visitors from Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary and Poland. The author gave abstracts of the 40 papers read before the veterinary section. Subjects dealt with included plans for the...

Author(s)
Antipin, D. H.
Publisher
Moscow.,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1956, 33, 2, pp 90-95 pp.
Abstract

Two anthelmintic treatments at planned intervals and change of pasture at least every 2 weeks, coupled with simultaneous anthelmintic treatment of cattle on the same farm, reduced helminth infestation within a relatively short time and almost eradicated liver flukes. Administration of a 1: 10...

Author(s)
Golubev, N. F.
Publisher
Moscow.,
Citation
Veterinariya, 1957, 34, 5, pp 36-40 pp.
Abstract

Some meat-borne helminthic zoonoses which may be encountered during meat inspection in Kenya are discussed.
Hydatidosis in sheep and goats has a high incidence but the number of human cases is comparatively small and it is suggested that wild carnívora and not the domestic dog are the main carriers ...

Author(s)
Ginsberg, A.
Publisher
Comm. for Technical Cooperation in Africa South of the Sahara, Publ. Bureau, London, UK
Citation
Bulletin of epizootic diseases of Africa, 1958, 6, pp 141-149
Abstract

O. lyrata has been found in the abomasum of cattle and T. longispicularis in the small intestine. The copulatory bursa and spicules of O. lyrata differ from those of O. ostertagi and O. circumcincta. The spicules of T. longispicularis are slightly longer than those of T. colubriformis; the...

Author(s)
Rose, J. H.
Citation
Nature, London, 1959, 183, pp 1745-1746
Abstract

This extensive review of paramphistomiasis begins by listing the main pathogenic species from Asia, Australasia, E. Europe and the Mediterranean countries. The species which have been most studied are P. microbothrium in Africa and Israel, P. ichikawai in Australia and Cotylophoron cotylophorum in...

Author(s)
Horak, I. G.
Citation
Adv. Parasit., 1971, 9, pp 33-72
Abstract

EEC regulations require a higher standard of meat inspection than do British regulations. At present, only a fraction of British abattoirs satisfy EEC regulations. Eventually, an ideal solution should be reached where EEC and national requirements are the same, perhaps through compromise, so that...

Author(s)
Jagger, F.
Citation
British Veterinary Journal, 1974, 130, No.4, pp 312-317

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