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Fifteen calves clinically affected by sarcoptic mange (caused by Sarcoptes scabiei) were studied from June to September 1991 on a farm near Valdivia, Chile. 9 of the calves were treated subcutaneously with 0.2 mg/kg moxidectin on days 1 and 42 of the trial, and the other 6 were given the same dose...

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Sievers, G.; Ramírez, C.; González, S.
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Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria, 1993, 25, 2, pp 193-197
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Experimental evidence of air borne heavy metal pollution as the cause of a disease of unknown aetiology in beef cattle is reported. Clinical features included poor condition, chronic diarrhoea, reduced growth, loss of hair colour, multifocal alopecia around the eyes, lacrimation, and corneal...

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Parada, R.; Gonzalez, S.; Bergqvist, E.
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Veterinary and Human Toxicology, 1987, 29, 2, pp 122-126
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Tadich, N.; Prussing, B.; Wittwer, F.; Gonzalez, S.
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Gaceta Veterinaria, 1982, 44, 372, pp 665-669
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On a Chilean beef cattle ranch the development of a chronic wasting disease accompanied by a pronounced fall in fertility and a high death rate in calves was investigated. The northern pastures of this farm were worst affected and animals transferred to the southern end of the ranch showed...

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Parada, R.; Berqvist, E.; González, S.
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Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria, 1985, 17, 1, pp 53-59
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T. verrucosum was isolated from 13 humans and 80 calves with dermatophytosis. T. mentagrophytes was isolated from 1 calf.

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Zaror, L.; Moreno, M. I.; Frick, P.; González, S.; Wittwer, F.
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Boletín Micológico, 1987, 3, 2, pp 145-147
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The records of 4152 large animals hospitalized during 14 years showed that 60.3% were cattle, 24% horses, 7.4% pigs, 6.8% sheep, and 1.5% goats. The intake of patients is reviewed according to breed, age and sex, and the detailed distributions according to these parameters are tabulated.

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Contreras, P.; Deppe, R.; Gonzalez, S.; Prussing, B.; Munzenmayer, W.
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Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria, Chile, 1978, 10, 2, pp 160-168
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Six cases of hypersensitivity were encountered in Chile. Encrusted ulcerating lesions, skin nodules, loss of spermatozoal motility, eosinophilia, leucopenia and acute subepithelial inflammation were seen 2 or 3 weeks after vaccination. The cattle did not respond to antihistamines but recovered...

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Reinhardt, G.; Contreras, P.; Gonzalez, S.; Folch, H.
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Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria, Chile, 1977, 9, 1, pp 18-22
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Intoxication with S. erraticus is common in cattle in Chile, and well documented. Four cases in horses are described. Treatment with glucose-saline and methionine was attempted in three, but was ineffective, probably because of severe liver damage produced by ingestion of the plant over a long...

Author(s)
Araya, O.; Gonzalez, S.
Citation
Gaceta Veterinaria, 1979, 41, 346, pp 743-745
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Eighty calves, all negative to the serum agglutination test, were vaccinated with Strain 19 in four age groups between 3 and 7 months. All calves were then tested monthly and the titres are recorded. Titres began to fall significantly 10 months after vaccination and were generally negative after 18 ...

Author(s)
Gonzalez, S.; Contreras, P.; Zamora, J.
Citation
Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria, Chile, 1978, 10, 1, pp 44-47

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