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The livers of slaughtered cattle infected with F. hepatica were usually irregularly shaped, with prominent bile ducts seen on the liver surface as greyish-white, firm-branching streaks. Atrophy of the left lobe due to fibrosis and ischaemia was evident. In section the main ducts had walls...

Author(s)
Massoud, J.; Vedadi, L.
Citation
Iranian Journal of Public Health, 1982, 11, 1/2, pp 1-21
Abstract

Snails were collected bimonthly during 1979-80 in the Bhandara district, Nagpur, India, which is endemic for trematode disease of domestic animals. 13% of 260 Indoplanorbis exustus were infected from August to March (1.9% with liver flukes, 5% with amphistomes and 6.2% with schistosomes - the 2...

Author(s)
Sardey, M. R.
Publisher
Trivandrum, Kerala State, India
Citation
Proceedings of the All India Symposium on vectors and vector-borne diseases, Trivandrum, Kerala State, India, 26-28 February 1982., 1982, pp 137-141
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...

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

A general account is given of the important helminths of cattle, buffaloes, sheep and goats reared under traditional and modern systems of management in Southeast Asia. Particular attention is paid to Neoascaris vitulorum, Strongyloides papillosus, Fasciola gigantica, paramphistomes, Mecistocirrus...

Author(s)
Copeman, D. B.
Publisher
Penerbit Universiti, Pertanian Malaysia, Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia
Citation
Animal production and health in the tropics. (Proc. 1st Asian-Australasian Animal Science Congr., Serdang, Malaysia, 2-5 Sept. 1980.), 1982, pp 91-97
Abstract

Three groups of 6 buffaloes naturally infected with Fasciola gigantica in India were treated subcutaneously with disophenol at 10, 20 or 30 ml; a 4th group served as untreated controls. Faecal egg counts declined to zero on the 3rd day after treatment in all animals except one (given the 30 ml...

Author(s)
Kumar, M.; Maru, A.; Pachauri, S. P.
Citation
British Veterinary Journal, 1983, 139, 3, pp 262-264
Abstract

In the Primorsk Territory, USSR, hexachloroparaxylene at 0.5 g/kg body-weight was given to cattle infected with Fasciola, Dicrocoelium and paramphistomes. The treatment was 100% effective against fascioliasis and greatly reduced both prevalence and intensity of the other 2 infections. Bithionol at...

Author(s)
Nadykto, M. V.
Citation
Trudy Irkutskoi i Primorskoi Nauchno-Issledovatel'skoi Veterinarnoi Stantsii, 1978, No.4, pp 88-94
Abstract

A 3-year plan to establish an area free of fascioliasis was conducted in Tsubonuma district, Sendai City, Japan. The initial Fasciola-positive rate determined by Taira's technique was 48.5%. The rate decreased to 20.4, 17.3 and 13.5% two, 2.5 and 3 years after the use of control measures...

Author(s)
Kawamura, Y.; Sato, Y.; Taira, N.
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association (Nihon Jui Shikai Zasshi), 1982, 35, 10, pp 576-579
Abstract

Using Taira's technique, Fasciola was detected in July 1981 on 18 of 100 dairy farms of the Tsuchiura Dairy Cooperative Society, Ibaraki, Japan. The highest epg recorded was 61. In a 2nd survey, in August 1981 on 79 farms in a highly contaminated area, 19% were positive. A 3rd survey, in September...

Author(s)
Yosai, A. (
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association (Nihon Jui Shikai Zasshi), 1982, 35, 10, pp 589-593
Abstract

The major diseases which affect large ruminants and horses in Indonesia (assumed to cause loss of draught power) are reviewed with regard to their aetiology, distribution and epidemiology. The diseases are listed in suggested order of economic importance: fascioliasis, trypanosomiasis, foot and...

Author(s)
Partoutomo, S.; Ronohardjo, P.; Wilson, A. J.; Stevenson, P.
Citation
ACIAR Proceedings Series, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, 1985, No.10, pp 140-146
Abstract

Between 10 and 30% of swamp buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) calves in Thailand die before they are weaned. Most of the deaths are caused by parasites. Invasion of the calf's umbilicus by Streptococcus or Corynebacterium easily occurs and the wound may be invaded by screwworms [larvae of Chrysomya...

Author(s)
Usanakornkul, S.
Publisher
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
Citation
Swamp buffalo reproduction., 1987, Ed. 2, pp 245-251

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