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In the elimination of cases of open tuberculosis in the Ostertag method of control, the diagnosis should always be completed by bacteriological examinations of sputum, etc. Even if the clinical and bacteriological diagnoses seem to agree there can, however, be failures. In 3, 386 eases in cattle,...

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Marcusson, E.
Citation
Svensk Veterinartidskrift, 1936, 41, pp 1-16
Abstract

IV. In 1943 there were 685 veterinarians. Figures for the years 1885-1943 show the steady increase to this maximum. Only 64 veterinarians were privately occupied, the others being state-appointed as provincial veterinarians, district veterinarians, municipal veterinarians, meat inspectors,...

Author(s)
Hoojer, J. A.
Citation
Sveriges officiella Statistik. Hälsooch sjuvârd. Det civila veterinärväsen-det "âr 1943 av kungl. medicinalstyrelsen., 1945, pp 105 pp.
Abstract

The author describes his rubber nose cap for occluding the nostrils of cattle in order to make them cough so that rales may be more apparent when present on auscultation for the diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis. [The method is used to a large extent in Germany, Sweden and elsewhere].
The cap is...

Author(s)
Christenson, I.
Citation
Svensk Veterinartidskrift, 1935, 40, pp 13-21
Abstract

The author reviews the new Swedish regulations for the control of bovine tuberculosis, in which the bacteriological examination of lung mucus for the diagnosis of open cases plays an important part. This method of diagnosis is, however, a very slow and tedious one and is not free from error in that ...

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Jerlov, S.
Citation
Svensk Veterinartidskrift, 1935, 40, pp 69-87
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The author gives an account of the different methods at our disposal for the control of Br. abortus infection in cattle by means of blood agglutination tests. He submits the " Pennsylvania method " (U.S.A.) for the eradication of the disease to a critical examination and does not consider that it...

Author(s)
Thomsen, A.
Citation
Svensk Veterinartidskrift, 1931, 36, pp 183-197

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