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The distribution of rickettsial diseases including tick-borne typhus, Q-fever and Marseille fever [Mediterranean spotted fever] (Rickettsia conorii) in Bulgaria is reviewed. Antibodies to Coxiella burnetii and to Rickettsia agents of tick-borne typhus were found in 5.9% of farm animals (cattle and...

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Aleksandrov, E.; Teokharova, M.; Runevskaya, P.; Dimitrov, D.; Kamarinchev, B.
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Infectology, 1994, 31, 2, pp 3-7
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In the Velikoturnovo region of Bulgaria, 4.24% of 41 482 pregnant cows and 1% of 12 769 pregnant heifers aborted on 45 farms during three years. Bacteriological, mycological and serological examination of 394 aborted fetuses and 583 blood samples yielded Campylobacter fetus in 21%, Leptospira...

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Radoslavov, V.; Pushkarov, S.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1985, 83, 5, pp 10-12
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Khalacheva, M.; Kararizova, L.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1975, 73, 2, pp 13-15
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An outbreak of anaplasmosis involving 41 cows and heifers kept permanently in cow sheds in Bulgaria is described. The infection was introduced during routine blood sampling, using the same syringe in heifers brought in from pastures for calving. A mortality rate of 19.5% was recorded, but calves...

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V"lchovski, Ya.; V"lchovski, R.; Zurliiski, P.; Nikolov, N.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1979, 77, 6, pp 28-31
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Vibriosis was the main cause of bovine abortion in the Ruse region. Campylobacter fetus was found in 37% of aborted fetuses and in 24% of specimens from aborting cows examined bacteriologically. Less important causes were Leptospira, Chlamydia, Escherichia coli, Anaplasma, Francaiella and Coxiella...

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Kolev, V.; Genchev, G.; Bogdanov, M.; Venev, St.; Donev, A.; Markaryan, M.
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Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, 1977, 14, 3, pp 54-60
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A detailed account of the piroplasmoses of cattle in the Vardar Banat, a region in the south-east of Yugoslavia, with a review of the literature on piroplasms of the neighbouring countries. Four separate infections have been diagnosed, Babesia bigemina, B. major n.sp., Theileria mutans and Th....

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MLINATS, F.; PETROVITCH, D. M.; BABUDER, T.
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Jugoslovenski Veterinarski Glasnik, 1934, 14, pp 889-420

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