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D. viviparus was found in 7 of 29 Deoni and 3 of 4 Red Kandhari cows from Maharashtra, India, which had died of severe hepatointestinal schistosomiasis. Worm burden ranged from 1 to 18 with an average of 7.3 in positive cows. Young cattle from this region did not appear to be affected with lungworm ...

Author(s)
Shastri, U. V.; Degloorkar, N. M.
Citation
Livestock Adviser, 1990, 15, 11, pp 30-31
Abstract

The livers of 1133 bullocks slaughtered at the municipal abattoir, Akola, India, were examined between December 1989 and May 1990. Hepatic lesions were found in 248 animals (21.88%). The nature of the lesions was as follows: hydatidosis (140 animals), granular degenerative changes (37), cirrhosis...

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Dhote, S. W.; Patil, S.; Sadekar, R. D.; Joshi, M. V.; Bhagwat, S. S.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 1992, 62, 8, pp 744-746
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A survey of 250 cattle slaughtered in Bombay Abattoir, Maharashtra, India, was undertaken to determine the prevalence of hydatidosis in the area. 54 (21.6%) cattle were infected, with cysts found in the lungs of 32 (12.8%) animals, the liver of 13 (5.2%), the spleen of 5 (2.0%) and the kidney of...

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Gatne, M. L.; Narsapur, V. S.; Niphadkar, S. M.; Deshpande, V. S.
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Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities, 1989, 14, 30, pp 389
Abstract

Myocardial Echinococcus granulosus infections in 2 bullocks and a cow (all approximately 13 years of age) are briefly reported from Akola, Maharashtra, India. The 2 bullocks harboured calcified cysts which contained yellow granular material. The cyst in the cow measured 6 cm in diameter and...

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Dhote, S. W.; Kurkure, N. V.; Bhandarkar, A. B.; Joshi, M. V.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology, 1991, 15, 1, pp 48
Abstract

Ceylonocotyle thapari sp. nov. is described from the rumen of a bullock and goats slaughtered in Bombay, Maharashtra, India. The new species is assigned to the genus Ceylonocotyle on the strength of Laurer's canal not crossing the excretory bladder, the poorly developed body musculature, the...

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Ghafoor, M. A.; Rao, S. R.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 1990, 60, 9, pp 1032-1039
Abstract

Of 86 adult H. a. anatolicum collected from cattle, 32 were infected with microfilarae and of 102 skin samples microfilariae were identified in 3 ear, 8 neck, 2 brisket and 5 dewlap skin snips. Engorged nymphs were collected from cattle during April 1981 to March 1982 (with the exception of May)....

Author(s)
Shastri, U. V.
Citation
Cheiron, 1984, 13, 3, pp 158-160
Abstract

A parasitological survey of cattle, buffalo, sheep, goats, dogs, horses and poultry was conducted between April 1984 and March 1987, in Nagpur, Maharashtra State, India. The prevalence of helminths, arthropods and protozoan infections was 72.99%, 77.60% and 26.07%, respectively. The helminths...

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Maske, D. K.; Bhilegaonkar, N. G.; Sardey, M. R.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 1990, 4, 2, pp 23-25
Abstract

A total of 246 ruminants (cattle, buffaloes and goats) were examined for helminths from October 1980 to September 1981. 42.1% were infected with trematodes (liver fluke and amphistomes) and nematodes (Oesophagostomum, Neoascaris and small strongyles). The prevalence of trematodes was greatest...

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Dakshinkar, N. P.; Sardey, M. R.; Pandit, A. V.
Citation
Livestock Adviser, 1982, 7, 10, pp 49-50
Abstract

Examination of urine and faecal samples from 607 inhabitants of Gimvi village, Maharashtra, India, revealed 4 people passing terminal-spined Schistosoma ova in their urine; no eggs were seen in faeces. One of those infected was 8 years old and the others were 22 to 50 years old. The intensity of...

Author(s)
Sathe, B. D.; Mukerji, S.; Gaitonde, B. B.; Renapurkar, D. M.
Citation
Bulletin of Haffkine Institute, 1981, 9, 2, pp 34-37

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