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Abstract

The policy of the Department remains the same, i.e., to safeguard and foster the livestock industry of Northern Rhodesia and to assist the territory to supply the deficiency that exists between low production and high consumption of livestock products. This requires the lessening of the mortality...

Author(s)
Hobday, J.
Publisher
Lusaka: Govt. Printer.,
Citation
Canadian Journal of Research, 1946, pp 15 pp.
Abstract

I. ANTHRAX and BLACKLEG are confused by African owners of livestock; it is thought that anthrax occurs rarely, as reports of deaths decrease in areas where blackleg vaccinations are carried out on a large scale. Trypanosoma congolense and T. vivax are the common trypanosomes of cattle. It was hoped ...

Author(s)
Simmons, R.
Publisher
Entebbe: Govt. Printer,
Citation
Veterinary Department. Annual report for the year ended 31st December, 1943., 1943, pp 8 pp.
Abstract

An account is given of the progress during 1938 of the livestock industry in each province, the activities of native and European breeders being dealt with. separately. The numbers of livestock of various types and the current prices are given. In the province of Leopoldville there are some very...

Citation
Bulletin agricole du Congo belge, 1940, 31, pp 58-74
Abstract

I. Records investigations made on the trypanosome infection of Glossina palpalis caught in fly traps round Leopoldville. In an area with little game but a small herd of cattle, 3.5 per cant. of the tsetse were infected with Tryp. congolense; in a game area 1-6 per cant. were infected; whilst in an...

Author(s)
Van Hoof, L.; Henrard, C.
Publisher
Societe Belge de Medecine Tropicale, Bruxelles, Belgium
Citation
Annales de la Societe Belge de Medecine Tropicale, 1933, 13, pp 495-516
Abstract

Skin diseases are of the greatest importance next to the trypanoso-miases as the source of losses to European cattle owners in the. Fort Jameson district of Northern Rhodesia. The most serious form of skin disease is demodectic mange, but the condition which forms the subject of this article is...

Author(s)
Hornby, H. E.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1920, 76, 6, pp 210-216
Abstract

A serious outbreak of trypanosomiasis is raging at the present time among the large herds of cattle in the Kissengnie District of the Ruanda Province, and this outbreak furnishes still another example of transmissibility of trypanosomiasis in the absence of tsetse fly. The altitude of this region...

Author(s)
Van Saceghem, R.
Citation
Compte rendu des seances de la Societe de biologie, 1921, 84, 5, pp 283-286 pp.
Abstract

Horse sickness has only been observed in the Belgian Congo in the Province of Katanga where it has appeared in the form of an epizootic in the stud of the Zambi Agricultural Station, Lower Belgian Congo. In order to confirm the diagnosis the author injected into a healthy horse 2 c.c. of oedematous ...

Author(s)
Saceghem, R. Van
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1918, 11, 5, pp 423-432
Abstract

In January 1919 an outbreak of trypanosomiasis due to T. congolense (pecorum) occurred among the cattle of the Breeding Station at Leo-poldsville, Lower Belgian Congo, following upon the introduction of a herd of goats from the Upper Congo. The transmitting agent was undoubtedly Stomoxys...

Author(s)
Van Den Branden, F.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1919, 12, 8, pp 514-517 pp.
Abstract

Tartar emetic is used in increasingly large quantities throughout the tropics. It is particularly valuable in the treatment of bilharziasis, leishmaniasis, and trypanosomiasis. It is generally given intravenously. The work under consideration was undertaken at Louvain University as the result of a...

Author(s)
Michiels, Fernand
Citation
Arch. Internat. de Pharmacodynamie et de Therapie., 1920, 25, 3-4, pp 217
Abstract

The dermatitis which occurs among bovines in the tropics and is caused by Dermatophilus congolensis is often confused with bovine demodectic mange. These two skin affections are, " however, easily distinguishable bacteriologically and clinically.
Demodex folliculorum var. bovis is characterized by...

Author(s)
Van Saceghem.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1917, 10, 2, pp 117-120 pp.

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