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Abstract

Piroplasmosis in bovines in Saint Paul is invariably due to Piroplasma (Babesia) bigeminum, although CARINI has described the occurrence of P. argentinum in an imported animal.
The disease occurs in all parts of the country, and has been responsible in some instances for a mortality of 95 per cent. ...

Author(s)
Descazeaux, M. J.
Citation
Recueil de Med. Vet., 1913, 90, 22, pp 392-410
Abstract

On a farm about 25 miles from Casablanca one of the authors saw two animals showing the following symptoms: Loss of appetite and suppression of rumination, pronounced thirst, pale mucous membranes, red urine, diarrhoea, the blood pale in colour and watery. There were numbers of ticks in the ears...

Author(s)
Velu, H. ; Eyraud, A.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1915, 8, 9, pp 643-646
Abstract

Cattle in Egypt, if left un tended, frequently become entirely covered with ticks. It has been proved that infection in the tick is hereditary and that the piroplasm occurs in the salivary glands of the larvae, which can therefore directly inoculate the host. Piroplasmosis in cattle may be acute or ...

Author(s)
Piot, J. B.
Citation
Bulletin de l'Union des Agriculteurs d'Egypte, 1916, 14, 117, pp 85-88
Abstract

(I) EPIZOOTIC ABORTION OF ASSES AT ZAMBI, pp. 114-116.
In a previous report (1914) the author gave the opinion that epizootic abortion was a clinical identity, with specific causal organisms in each case, for bovines, equines, and ovines, respectively.
The bacillus, the cause of epizootic abortion...

Author(s)
Van Saceghem, R.
Citation
Bulletin agricole du Congo belge, 1916, 7, 1-2, pp 114-130
Abstract

Cattle in Egypt, if left un tended, frequently become entirely covered with ticks. It has been proved that infection in the tick is hereditary and that the piroplasm occurs in the salivary glands of the larvae, which can therefore directly inoculate the host. Piroplasmosis in cattle may be acute or ...

Author(s)
Piot, J. B.
Citation
Review of Applied Entomology, Ser. B., 1917, 5, Pt. 4, pp 51-62
Abstract

Horse sickness has only been observed in the Belgian Congo in the Province of Katanga where it has appeared in the form of an epizootic in the stud of the Zambi Agricultural Station, Lower Belgian Congo. In order to confirm the diagnosis the author injected into a healthy horse 2 c.c. of oedematous ...

Author(s)
Saceghem, R. Van
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1918, 11, 5, pp 423-432
Abstract

This article apparently refers to the first authenticated cases of bovine piroplasmosis in Switzerland. Since 1912 Stalder has observed a few cases of acute anaemia accompanied by severe haemoglobinuria among the milch cows of the Cossinay districts. The symptoms became aggravated to such an extent ...

Author(s)
Galli-valerio, B. ; Stalder, H.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1918, 60, 10, pp 471-477
Abstract

LOUNSBURY (1901) showed that the tick Haemaphysalis leachi, in West Africa, was capable of transmitting the disease known as malignant jaundice in the dog, caused by a piroplasm morphologically identical with P. canis of PIAÑA and GALLI-VALERIO (1895), the cause of haemoglobinuria of dogs in...

Author(s)
Brumpt, E.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1919, 12, 9, pp 651-664 pp.
Abstract

In the preceding number of this Bulletin an abstract was given of the author's researches upon the transmission of canine piroplasmosis (malignant jaundice) in France by means of the tick Dermacentor reticulatus. In the present paper the author describes a similar series of experiments upon the...

Author(s)
Brumpt, E.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1919, 12, 10, pp 757-764 pp.
Abstract

Ticks have been for a number of years a serious drawback to cattle raising in the French Antilles, and very little appears to have been done in many Islands in order to combat them. The result has been that the tick has always gained more or less the upper hand. The method usually employed has been ...

Author(s)
Saunders, P. T.
Publisher
Station Agron. Guadeloupe, Pointe-a-Pitre, Antilles Francaises
Citation
Bulletin. Stn. Agron. Guadeloupe, 1919, No. 1, pp 31-35

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