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Ungar, M. L.; Germano, P. M. L.
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Comunicações Científicas da Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia da Universidade de São Paulo, 1991, 15, 1, pp 15-20
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Author(s)
Ungar, M. L.; Germano, P. M. L.
Citation
Comunicações Científicas da Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia da Universidade de São Paulo, 1991, 15, 1, pp 43-49
Abstract

Of 10 520 animals (10 448 cattle and 72 buffaloes) examined in the municipal abattoir of Mosul, Iraq, 187 cattle were infected with Cysticercus bovis. Its prevalence was greater in females (2.23%) than in males (1.76%). The heart was the main site of cysts followed by the hind limbs and masseter...

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Al-Jadar, Z. H.; Hayatee, Z. G.
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Journal of Veterinary Parasitology, 1988, 2, 2, pp 83-85
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From September 1981 to March 1984, 227 cattle, 57 buffaloes, 203 goats and 106 pigs were examined from a slaughterhouse in northern India for the presence of metacestodes. The prevalence of hydatid cysts in cattle, buffaloes, pigs and goats was 9.7, 10.6, 2.8 and 7.8% resp. Cysticercus cellulosae ...

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Deka, D. K.; Borkakoty, M. R.; Lahkar, B. C.
Citation
Indian Journal of Parasitology, 1985, 9, 1, pp 83-85
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Of 183 buffaloes examined post mortem at Elazig abattoir between April, 1985 and March, 1986, one 18-month-old animal contained Cysticercus bovis.

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Özer, E.
Citation
Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi, Ankara Üniversitesi, 1987, 34, 1, pp 85-88
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In a post-mortem survey, cystercerci were found in 125 (3.4%) of 3640 cattle and 95 (2.3%) of 4075 buffaloes. About half of all cysticerci tested were viable. In the affected animals, cysticerci were found mainly in the masseter muscle (68%), tongue (62%), diaphragm (46%), heart (26%), oesophagus...

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Pramanik, A. K.; Bhattacharyya, H. M.; Sengupta, D. N.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Health, 1984, 23, 2, pp 141-145
Abstract

C. bovis was recovered from 16 (3.57%) of 448 cattle and 2 (0.75%) of 267 buffaloes at the Corporation Slaughterhouse, Madras, India. The cysticerci were carefully dissected out and subjected to evagination tests in ox bile. All proved to be viable.

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Krishnan, K. R.; Ranganathan, M.; Ramamurthi, R.
Citation
Cheiron, 1984, 13, 2, pp 109-111
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Routine PM examination and serology (passive haemagglutination) were used in a study of 200 cattle and 100 buffaloes for cysticercosis. Cysticerci were found in 5.5% cattle and no buffaloes during PM examination while 13.5% of cattle and 9% of buffaloes were serologically positive.

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Ratnam, S.; Khanna, P. N.
Citation
Cheiron, 1983, 12, 3, pp 173-175
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Liu, S. X.
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Chinese Journal of Veterinary Medicine (Zhongguo Shouyi Zashi), 1982, 8, 6, pp 14-15
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From 1980 to 1985, 3550 pigs, 530 cattle, 370 buffalo, 1850 sheep and 2100 goats of different breeds, age and sex from different parts of Uttar Pradesh State, India, were screened for the presence of cysticerci. Economic losses due to condemnation of affected meat were calculated. The overall...

Author(s)
Pathak, K. M. L.; Gaur, S. N. S.
Citation
Acta Leidensia, 1989, 57, 2, pp 197-200

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