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The aim of this study was to identify Neospora caninum in histologic sections of brain and optic nerve of aborted bovine fetuses. Sections of these tissues from 296 aborted bovine fetuses from Southern Chile, submitted between 2000 and 2010, to the Instituto de Patología Animal of the Universidad...

Author(s)
Moroni, M.; Navarro, M. A.; Paredes, E.; Romero, A.; Alberdi, A.; Lischinsky, T.; Moore, D. P.; Campero, C. M.; Uzal, F. A.
Publisher
Brazilian Association of Veterinary Pathology, Jaboticabal, Brazil
Citation
Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Pathology, 2018, 11, 2, pp 37-42
Abstract

The PM findings of 691 128 cattle, slaughtered at 275 abattoirs and slaughtering places in Chile in 1986, are presented. The most frequent causes for partial or total condemnation were fascioliasis (27.26%) and echinococcosis (21.58%). Tuberculosis was diagnosed in 2623 animals (0.38%) and...

Author(s)
Luengo L., J.; Morales M., M. A.; Olivares V., F.
Citation
Avances en Ciencias Veterinarias, 1995, 10, 1, pp 38-46
Abstract

The possible impact of Echinococcus control programmes for livestock on the incidence of human Echinococcus infections, in regions XI and XII of Chile, were analysed. It was concluded that the national and regional decreases in Echinococcus cases were due to a decrease in the notification of the...

Author(s)
Serra, I. C.; Araya, C. I.; Araneda, J. P.
Citation
Revista Médica de Chile, 1993, 121, 3, pp 343-349
Abstract

Echinococcosis remains a prevalent zoonotic disease in Chile. A survey of human cases showed persistent high notification rates in the extreme south of the country, with more than 30 hospitalizations per 100 000 people in 1989. The disease affects mostly young and middle-aged individuals (15 to 54...

Author(s)
Serra, I.; Araneda, J.; Araya, C.; Serra, V.
Citation
Boletín Chileno de Parasitología, 1996, 51, 1/2, pp 3-12
Abstract

The rates of Fasciola hepatica infection recorded in domestic animals slaughtered at Chilean abattoirs in the period 1977-1986 were: cattle 29.4-34.4%, sheep 3.2-5.7%, pigs 2.5-6.1%, horses and donkeys 1.8-9.3%, and goats 8.4-23.6%. One case of F. hepatica in a llama was also detected. The figures...

Author(s)
Schenone, H.; Rojas, A.
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Boletín Chileno de Parasitología, 1988, 43, 3-4, pp 68-70
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Author(s)
Zurita A., L.; Correa B., J.; Pinones, C. G.
Citation
Agricultura Tecnica, 1983, 43, 1, pp 69-71
Abstract

When livers from 1000 cattle in Valdivia, Chile, were examined in October and November 1976, 59 were found to be infected with Linguatula serrata Froel. In a report from Valdivia in 1971, 8% infection was recorded.

Author(s)
Garcinuno, L.; Gonzalez, H.
Citation
Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria, 1977, 9, 1, pp 62-65
Abstract

During the seven-year period, 98 624 slaughtered cattle were examined and 81% were infected with Echinococcus, 13% Fasciola and 0.04% Cysticercus. Of 23 566 sheep, 79% were infected with Echinococcus and 1% with Fasciola. Of 61 874 pigs, 59% were infected with Echinococcus, 0.7% with Fasciola, 0.7% ...

Author(s)
Ernst, S.; Aguilar, H.
Citation
Boletin Chileno de Parasitologia, 1978, 33, 3/4, pp 66-68
Abstract

Tritrichomonas foetus was found in association with 13% of 807 aborted calves from southern Chile.

Author(s)
Rojas, X.; Chahuan, E.
Citation
Archivos de Medicina Veterinaria, Chile, 1977, 9, 1, pp 66-67
Abstract

In an abattoir in Chile, a new method of meat inspection, the examination of a longitudinal section of the masseter muscle, of surface area about 40 cm3, replaced examination of a cross section of surface area 10 to 16 cm3. This revealed 333 (0.246%) cases of Cysticercus bovis infection in 135,325 ...

Author(s)
Urbina, C.; Borquez, H.; Silva, E.
Citation
Boletin Chileno de Parasitologia., 1976, 31, 1/2, pp 37-38

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