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Sampling, analysis of samples and interpretation of results in the bovine parasitology laboratory are discussed with reference to infections of Fasciola hepatica, gastro-intestinal strongyles and Dictyocaulus viviparus. Techniques covered include faecal analysis, larval cultures from faeces,...

Author(s)
Camuset, P.; Very, P.
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 1992, No. 4, pp 45-48
Abstract

In PM examination of 392 cattle aged up to 2 years between January 1986 and December 1990, death due to massive infection with one or more helminth species was diagnosed in 228 animals. Mortality caused by gastrointestinal helminthiasis was 58.2% followed by fascioliasis (37.7%), mixed fluke...

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Hossein, M. I. H.; Hossain, M. M.; Hannan, B. M. A.; Wadud, A.
Citation
Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science, 1992, 21, 1/2, pp 127-129
Abstract

Investigations carried out on a beef cattle farm in the Kalmyk ASSR, USSR, from 1985 revealed the presence of hydatids (in 9.6% of 73 carcasses), Neoascaris and Moniezia (in 7.8 and 12.7% of 63 carcasses); all the animals were infected with gastrointestinal strongyles; cysticercosis, Strongyloides...

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Durdusov, S. D.
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Byulleten' Vsesoyuznogo Instituta Gel'mintologii im. K. I. Skryabina, 1988, No. 49, pp 12-17
Abstract

An investigation on enteric parasitic infection was carried out using data collected from faecal samples from farm and field cattle and buffaloes of different ages. The prevalence of infection was higher among field animals than farm animals. Strongylids and Moniezia sp. ova were the most common...

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Hassan, M. G.; El-Bahi, M. M.
Citation
Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal, 1992, 27, 54, pp 88-98
Abstract

From June 1986 to December 1988 a PM survey was carried out in 11 slaughterhouses in Ituri on the geographical distribution and prevalence of the main cattle helminths. Trematodes, except paramphistomes, had a heterogeneous distribution. Prevalence of Fasciola gigantica ranged from 9 to 72%...

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Chartier, C.; Bushu, M.; Kamwenga, D.
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1991, 44, 1, pp 61-68
Abstract

Calves from herds from different landscapes of Ituri, Zaire, were monitored from birth to 18 months. The calves were left untreated (group A) or treated once at one month (B), once at 5-6 months (C) and every 4 weeks (D) with oxfendazole at 5 mg/kg bwt. In all 3 regions, Toxocara vitulorum was the...

Author(s)
Chartier, C.; Bushu, M.; Cabaret, J.
Citation
Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 1991, 142, 1, pp 57-63
Abstract

A nation-wide survey was made of the most important parasites of food-producing animals and of the best methods of controlling them Bovine trichomoniasis" is increasing in incidence and has been reported front all parts of the U.S.A. No satisfactory treatment has been developed. Artificial...

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O'REILLY, M. F. X.
Citation
Proceedings. United States Live Stock Sanitary Association, 1942, 1943, pp 163-172
Abstract

The normal activities of the bureau continued to function satisfactorily; the U.S.A. remained free from major epizootics throughout the year. There were 4, 428 regular civil service employees and of these 2, 081 were in the professional and scientific service, 93% being veterinarians. Expenditure...

Author(s)
Mohler, J. R.
Publisher
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Printing Office.,
Citation
Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry, 1941., 1941, pp 92 pp.

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