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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...

Author(s)
Aleksandrov, E.; Teokharova, M.; Runevskaya, P.; Dimitrov, D.; Kamarinchev, B.
Citation
Infectology, 1994, 31, 2, pp 3-7
Abstract

There had been no change in the epidemiology of babesiasis of sheep and goats in the region during the past 45 years. It was prevalent between April and October each year, with peak incidence in June. During 40 years there had been 420 outbreaks in sheep and 209 in cattle. Observations on 7800...

Author(s)
Trifonov, T.; Rusev, V.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1989, 87, 9, pp 43-46
Abstract

The tick fauna of 7 livestock farms was investigated over 3 years. 27 424 ticks belonged to 10 species: Hyalomma scupense (48% of specimens), Rhipicephalus bursa (26%), R. turanicus (11%), Haemaphysalis punctata (5.2%), Hyalomma plumbeum (4.6%) and Ixodes ricinus (3.2%); also small numbers of ...

Author(s)
Trifonov, T.; Rusev, V.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1989, 87, 10, pp 36-38
Abstract

Specimens of five different muscles were obtained from animals slaughtered in Veliko Turnovo, Silistrensk and Razgradsk regions of Bulgaria between 1986 and 1988. Sarcocystis was present in 78% of 1245 adult cattle, 74% of 1103 calves, 74% of 1055 sheep, 90% of 701 lambs, 89% of 94 goats and all 65 ...

Author(s)
Raikov, R.; Kostov, R.; Veleva, A.; Velcheva, R.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1989, 87, 10, pp 39-40
Abstract

Among the 31 422 cattle, sheep and pigs slaughtered at Shumen abattoir during 1988 and 1989, lesions due to helminthoses, requiring condemnation of the affected organs (liver, lungs and heart) were found in 71% of animals. Cysticercosis, echinococcosis and fascioliasis were the commonest causes of...

Author(s)
Kaloyanov, Zh.; Mladenov, M.; Kaloyanov, I.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1989, 87, 10, pp 41-43
Abstract

Investigation of 54 sheep farms, 36 dairy herds and 41 goat herds in 9 regions of Bulgaria during 4 years showed that myiasis occurred in 45 of the 195 flocks of the 54 sheep farms, affecting between 23 and 41% of sheep each year. Only 0.5-1.0% of cows and goats were affected. Wohlfahrtia magnifica ...

Author(s)
Nedelchev, N. K.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1988, 86, 3, pp 33-35
Abstract

A survey of 9 flocks of sheep ad 2 herds of calves was conducted in the Plovdiv and Veliko Turnovo regions of Bulgaria between 1976 and 1978, by means of monthly faecal egg counts. The species of paramphistomes are not stated [presumably the main species was Paramphistomum daubneyi, see A. Popov et ...

Author(s)
Georgiev, B.; Denev, I.; Kostov, R.; Vasilev, I.
Citation
Nauchni Trudove Raionen Nauchnoizsledovatelski Veterinarnomeditsinski Institut, Veliko Turnovo, 1982, 2, pp 59-69
Abstract

At the start of a campaign in 1976, an abattoir survey at Gabrovo revealed severe fluke lesions in the liver of 37 of 181 beef cattle, 777 of 4058 cows, 111 of 6940 calves, 173 of 249 buffaloes, 111 of 1956 buffalo calves, and 1707 of 8367 sheep. Altogether, 8264 kg of livers were condemned (?...

Author(s)
Tonchev, T.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1980, 78, 10, pp 38-40
Abstract

The Soviet literature on the treatment of farm animals with azidine [diminazene aceturate] against piroplasmid infections is reviewed.

Author(s)
Shmulevich, A.; Povarova, L.; Khitenkova, L.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1982, 80, 4, pp 41-43
Abstract

CF tests were positive in 31.5% of 968 sheep, 27.5% of 737 cattle, 0.8% of 361 pigs and 3.2% of 125 horses. There were twice as many positive reactors among sheep and cattle on farms where infertility and abortion was a problem than among herds of normal fertility. Examination of aborted and...

Author(s)
Donev, A.
Citation
Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki (Sofia), 1972, 9, No. 6, pp 63-68

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