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(4) Symptoms and post-mortem appearances. -Under this heading, which covers half the present paper, Ostertag details at great length the appearances presented in rinderpest-affected animals in outbreaks in various districts. These were furnished in official reports in 1912 and 1913 by the...

Author(s)
Von Ostertag, E.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Infektionskrankheiten, Parasitare Krankheiten und Hygiene der Haustiere, 1916, 18, 1, pp 1-48 pp.
Abstract

In the past rinderpest has nearly always gained access to the Balkan Peninsula from Asiatic Turkey, where the disease is enzootic. This is known to have taken place in the case of the outbreaks of 1853 and 1863 which caused great losses among cattle in the neighbourhood of Tschataldja. During the...

Author(s)
Angeloff, St.
Publisher
Springer, Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur wissenschaftliche und praktische Tierheilkunde, 1917, 43, 6, pp 383-420
Abstract

The medium used by Nôller for plate cultures was a slight modification of the ordinary N. N. N. medium and was made up as follows: - Agar 10, glucose 10, slightly alkaline horseflesh broth 1, 000. This is distributed in tubes each containing 12 to 18 c. c. and sterilised by placing in a steamer on...

Author(s)
Noeller, W.
Citation
Archiv fur Schiffs- und Tropenhygiene, 1917, 21, 4 & 5, pp 53-94
Abstract

This publication consists of a description of a journey undertaken by the above three authors to Bulgaria and Turkey at the request of the German Minister of Agriculture in October 1916, with the object of studying the contagious diseases of animals of these countries and the methods there employed ...

Author(s)
Nevermann, L. ; Miessner, H. ; Weichel, A.
Publisher
Hannover: M. & H. Schaper.,
Citation
Travel Studies in the Balkans., 1917, pp 111 pp.
Abstract

Early literature on the subject of sheep vaccination is both vague and contradictory. It has been held that treatment of sheep with true sheep lymph is dangerous, and as regards cow lymph, some authors advise and some deprecate its use. Passage of the bovine material through several sheep has been...

Author(s)
Gins, H. A.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Hygiene und Infektionskrankheiten, 1920, 90, pp 322-336 pp.
Abstract

Recently the question of the infection of human beings with Bang's bacillus, producing a clinical picture resembling Mediterranean fever has been the subject of many papers.
In the past there has been a tendency to deny that such infections occur because human beings are almost constantly exposed...

Author(s)
Poppe.
Citation
Munchener Medizinische Wochenschrift, 1929, 76, 17, pp 703-707 pp.
Abstract

The authors state that while in human medicine local skin tests have almost entirely displaced the subcutaneous injection of tuberculin, in veterinary practice, at least in Germany, the subcutaneous test is by far the most commonly employed. They refer briefly to the views expressed by ZWICK and...

Author(s)
Selter, H.; Blumenberg, K.
Citation
Berl. tierarztl. Wschr., 1930, 46, pp 597-599
Abstract

In a short introduction the author explains that he has made a full survey of the literature on these 4 diseases to cover 3 years, 1928-80 and for each disease he gives a summary designed to enable busy practitioners to acquire up-to-date knowledge.
I. A review of the literature on avian...

Author(s)
Lerche.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1931, 37, pp 147-149
Abstract

ZWICK.-BORNA DISEASE. A cinematograph film of Borna disease was shown and it was stated that this virus disease is transmissible to the rabbit, guineapig, rat, fowl, sheep, bovine and horse. The virus is nearly related to that of malignant bovine catarrh and it is excreted in the nasal secretion,...

Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1932, 39, pp 739-741; 755-757; 772-778; 788-791; 804-807
Abstract

The following notifiable diseases were not observed during the year: -dourine, rinderpest, contagious bovine pleuro-pneumonia and sheep pox. Other diseases notifiable in a part or whole of the German Reich are: -anthrax, blackleg, haemorr-hagic septicaemia, strangles, tuberculosis, swine...

Publisher
Berlin: Reimer Hobbing,
Citation
Statistik Deuts. Reichs., 1934, 444, pp 113 pp.

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