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The first part of this article deals with the development of TB. in g. pigs infected with bovine tubercle bacilli by droplet infection. The animals were killed after varying periods of time, and the numbers of viable tubercle bacilli in the lungs and spleen were estimated by colony counts. This...

Author(s)
JENSEN, K. A.; KIOER, I.
Citation
Acta Pathologica et Microbiologica Scandinavica, 1943, 20, pp 133-198
Abstract

It is explained that this short book is primarily intended to describe the pathogenic and harmless protozoa of man and domestic animals, so that they can be recognized and differentiated. The most important methods of demonstrating infection and of cultivation outside the body are given, and the...

Author(s)
Reichenow, E.
Publisher
Leipzig: Johann Ambrosius Barth.,
Citation
Canadian Journal of Research, 1946, pp 99
Abstract

This article deals in detail with the diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of metritis, pyometra, etc., in the heifer and cow.
Apart from manual vaginal and rectal examinations, a number of special instruments are of great value: the author uses a set of six plain metal plated tube specula of graded...

Author(s)
KÜST.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1938, 39, pp 17-21; 86-88
Abstract

III. Most typical rickettsia are transmitted only by insects and there has previously been no evidence of this method of transmission in human trachoma or kerato-conjunctivitis of animals. In the latter condition, research showed that the infective agent does not survive outside the body more than...

Author(s)
MITSCHERLICH, E.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1943, 51/49, pp 53-55
Abstract

The various causes which interfere with breeding are discussed in general terms. They are classified as exogenous and endogenous. Amongst exogenous causes are those of diet (including minerals and vitamins), poisons and certain infective conditions. Endogenous causes include anatomical and...

Author(s)
KOCH, W.
Citation
Zuchtungskunde, 1936, 10, pp 241-255
Abstract

A review of the recent literature.
As antiseptic irrigations of the uterus were found often to be irritant, treatment designed to aid involution of the uterus and have a cleansing effect on it were tried. Charcoal was used for this purpose in uteri from which the placenta had been manually removed. ...

Author(s)
LIEBSCH, E.
Citation
Arch, wiss. prakt. Tierheilk., 1936, 71, pp 1-16
Abstract

A review of the recent literature.
As antiseptic irrigations of the uterus were found often to be irritant, treatment designed to aid involution of the uterus and have a cleansing effect on it were tried. Charcoal was used for this purpose in uteri from which the placenta had been manually removed. ...

Author(s)
LIEBSCH, E.
Publisher
Springer, Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur wissenschaftliche und praktische Tierheilkunde, 1936, 71, pp 17-22
Abstract

A review of the recent literature.
As antiseptic irrigations of the uterus were found often to be irritant, treatment designed to aid involution of the uterus and have a cleansing effect on it were tried. Charcoal was used for this purpose in uteri from which the placenta had been manually removed. ...

Author(s)
LIEBSCH, E.
Publisher
Springer, Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur wissenschaftliche und praktische Tierheilkunde, 1936, 71, pp 23-40
Abstract

Kapff's acid-gas method of treatment originated from observations in 1909 that workers in chemical acid-producing factories did not contract respiratory diseases as compared with those in other occupations. Since then K. has applied the principle of acid therapy to many diseases of man and animals...

Author(s)
ANDRES. J.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1939, 81, pp 1-12
Abstract

S. reviews the discovery and occurrence of vitamin E. α-Tocopherol is the most widely distributed in nature of the substances with vitamin E properties.
The physical and chemical properties are discussed, including the relationship with the sex hormones and with the vitamins A and B1.
The...

Author(s)
SCHERER, J.
Publisher
Zurich.,
Citation
Thesis, 1946, pp 100 pp.

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