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This factsheet describes the epidemiology, prevalence, distribution, transmission, incubation period, clinical signs, pathogenesis, postmortem features, morbidity, mortality, diagnosis, treatment, prevention and control of Parafilaria bovicola transmitted by Musca spp. in cattle and buffaloes. [The ...

Publisher
Center for Food Security and Public Health, Iowa State University, Iowa, USA
Citation
Parafilariasis, 2009, pp 3 pp.
Abstract

In June and August, 1989, cutaneous haemorrhagic parafilariasis was found in 2 cattle among 30 pregnant dairy cattle transported from Hokkaido to Chiba Prefecture. One adult female worm (Parafilaria bovicola) was recovered from the blood spot in each of the cattle. Oral administration of ivermectin ...

Author(s)
Iida, M.; Taira, N.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 1994, 56, 1, pp 203-205
Abstract

Between December 1986 and June 1987, the oesophagi of 571 cattle collected at abattoirs in Aomori Prefecture, Japan, were examined for G. pulchrum infection. It was detected in 105 (18.4%) of the cattle. All infected cattle came from Aomori, Akita and Iwate Prefectures, but none of the cattle from...

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Kudo, N.; Oyamada, T.; Ito, K.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Parasitology, 1992, 41, 4, pp 266-273
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Parasitological examination of the oesophagus of 5204 cattle in the period July, 1989, to July, 1990, revealed that 433 cattle from the 11 districts of Hokkaido had Gongylonema nematodes in their oesophagus. The nematode was identified as Gongylonema pulchrum by the following morphological...

Author(s)
Suzuki, K.; Nakamura, K.; Takahashi, K.; Seki, N.
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1992, 45, 2, pp 120-124
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Cattle, buffaloes and goats of West Bengal, India, were examined for Stephanofilaria assamensis infection with diagnosis made by clinical and microscopical examination. Of 6524 cattle, 1029 (15.77%) were positive for stephanofilariasis with the highest prevalence (18.38%) recorded in Midnapore...

Author(s)
Roy, S.; Mishra, S. K.
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Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 1990, 4, 2, pp 41-43
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Stephanofilariasis was detected in 373 (18.52%) of 2013 indigenous, exotic and crossbred cattle examined between August 1985 and July 1987. The introduced and crossbred cattle were more susceptible to humpsore than were local cattle.

Author(s)
Roy, S.; Misra, S. K.
Citation
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1989, 66, 2, pp 111-114
Abstract

The morphology of Setaria digitata and S. marshalli is described and figured using SEM. The specimens were collected from the abdominal cavities of cattle from Taichung Abattoir, Taiwan, from August 1989 to March 1990. 562 nematodes were collected from 171 Holstein cattle, 55 yellow cattle and 75...

Author(s)
Wang, J. S.; Lee, Y. S.; Tung, K. C.
Citation
Journal of the Chinese Society of Veterinary Science, 1990, 16, 1, pp 55-61
Abstract

Of 35 exotic, cross-bred or indigenous cattle, aged 3-5 years, with typical lesions of hump sore on various parts of the body, 5 animals were left as untreated controls and the others, in groups of 10, were treated by topical application of 1% ivermectin ointment, 0.5% ivermectin ointment and 7.5%...

Author(s)
Roy, S.; Misra, S. K.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1991, 11, 1-2, pp 72-73
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Author(s)
Rashid, J.; Khan, T. M.
Citation
Buffalo Bulletin, 1991, 10, 3, pp 66-69
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The prevalence of Stephanofilaria assamensis induced dermatitis among 748 cattle on Neil Island, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India, was investigated. Overall prevalence was found to be 42.38% with males (45.23%) more commonly affected than females (37.76%). There was a direct correlation between...

Author(s)
Rai, R. B.; Pal, R. N.; Saha, P.
Citation
Journal of the Andaman Science Association, 1990, 6, 1, pp 32-34

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