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The results of an epidemiological investigation of Schistosoma japonicum infection in humans, cattle, buffaloes and other domestic animals, and Oncomelania snails, in 2 villages in China are presented. Chuanxing village is located in a plateau basin in Sichuan Province, and Zhonghe village is...

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Zheng Jiang; Gu XueGuang; Qiu ZongLin
Citation
Chinese Journal of Parasitology & Parasitic Diseases, 1996, 14, 1, pp 1-4
Abstract

Paracooperia sichuanensis n.sp. from Bubalus bubalis in Sichuan Province resembles P. nodulosa, but differs from it in the larger ventral ray of the bursa, in that the external dorsal ray does not reach the bursal edge, in the shorter spicule (0.275-0.293 mm), the main branch of the spicule being...

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Jiang, X. L.; Guan, G. J.; Yan, J. B.; Zhou, W. L.
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Acta Veterinaria et Zootechnica Sinica, 1988, 19, 1, pp 57-62
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The effects of different forms (corn oil, ethyl-acetate sol., water suspension), different doses and medications (oral, intramuscular, injected into the omasum) of nitroscanate made in China (code name 7804) in the treatment of farm cattle artificially and naturally infected with S. japonicum were...

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Chen, D. R.; Yan, J. B.; Yang, M. F.
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Chinese Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology (Zhongguo Shouyi Keji), 1985, No.4, pp 6-11
Abstract

Attention was drawn to the prevalence of bovine schistosomiasis and human paddy field dermatitis due to Orientobilharzia in many parts of Sichuan Province, China, in a survey conducted in 1980-81. Three species were identified: O. turkestanicum, O. cheni and O. bomfordi, the last one being reported ...

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Yang, M. F.; Chen, D. Y.; Gu, J. B.
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Chinese Journal of Veterinary Medicine (Zhongguo Shouyi Zazhi), 1983, 9, 9, pp 4-5
Abstract

Direct injection of a 10% aqueous solution of nithiocyanamin into the omasum by means of a specially designed omasal gun was safe, effective and economical for the treatment of schistosomiasis due to Schistosoma japonicum both in cattle and buffaloes. This mode of administration avoids the shock...

Author(s)
Chen, D. R.; Yan, J. B.; Yang, M. F.
Citation
Chinese Journal of Veterinary Medicine (Zhongguo Shouyi Zazhi), 1982, 8, 10, pp 8-10

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