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Abstract

Cystic echinococcosis caused by the Echinococcus granulosus tapeworms is one of the most common parasitic zoonoses worldwide. Dogs are definitive hosts and domestic animals - sheep, goats, cattle, pigs, horses, etc., are the main intermediate hosts. Humans are accidental intermediate hosts, where...

Author(s)
Muhtarov, M.
Publisher
Medical University Sofia - Central Medical Library, Sofia, Bulgaria
Citation
Obsha Meditsina / General Medicine, 2015, 17, 3, pp 44-49
Abstract

A multilocular hydatid cyst was found in the wall of the right ventricle of the heart on routine examination of a 7-year-old cow carcass at Stara Zagor meat processing plant in Bulgaria. Cysts in other organs were not found.

Author(s)
Gadzhev, S.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1983, 81, 12, pp 25-26
Abstract

The livers of cattle infected with hydatid, Fasciola hepatica or Dicrocoelium lanceolatum contained 5.61% less vitamin B12 than those of uninfected animals.

Author(s)
Shoshkov, D.; Monov, G.
Citation
Mesopromishlenost. Byuletin, 1978, 11, 5, pp 16-18
Abstract

The liver of cattle infected with hydatids, Fasciola hepatica or Dicrocoelium lanceolatum was judged on its protein quality to be a valuable component in balanced feed mixes for animals, birds and fish.

Author(s)
Shoshkov, D.
Citation
Mesopromishlenost. Byuletin, 1978, 11, 5, pp 14-16
Abstract

A cyst found in the liver of a calf in Bulgaria is described and illustrated. It was identified as a multilocular hydatid with atypical features such as degenerative changes in the germinal layer, poorly developed brood capsule, absence of protoscoleces and lack of morphological processes...

Author(s)
Svilenov, D.; Tsolov, B.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1981, 79, 4, pp 26-29
Abstract

The spread of hydatid and Coenurus cerebralis infection in farm animals in different zones of the Vidinsk region, Bulgaria, are described and control measures appropriate to local conditions are outlined.

Author(s)
Tsolov, B.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1979, 77, 7, pp 29-31
Abstract

Author(s)
Mishev, M.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, Bulgaria, 1975, 73, No.5, pp 21-22
Abstract

The incidence of hydatid in the Shumen district of Bulgaria in 1972 and 1973 is given for cattle, sheep and pigs. The organs affected and the intensity of infection are also tabulated.

Author(s)
Kaloyanov, Zh.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1974, 72, 11, pp 17-19
Abstract

A survey carried out at ten centres in Bulgaria between i960 and 1963 showed that the incidence of Echinococcus infection in sheep-dogs varied from 20 to 57% (av. 32%), in pet dogs from 4 to 28% (av. 13%) and in hounds from 0 to 50% (av. 18%). Alveococcus infection was not found. Hydatid cysts were ...

Author(s)
Popov, A.; Et Al.
Citation
Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, 1968, 5, 6, pp 71-81 pp.

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