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The livers of 1133 bullocks slaughtered at the municipal abattoir, Akola, India, were examined between December 1989 and May 1990. Hepatic lesions were found in 248 animals (21.88%). The nature of the lesions was as follows: hydatidosis (140 animals), granular degenerative changes (37), cirrhosis...

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Dhote, S. W.; Patil, S.; Sadekar, R. D.; Joshi, M. V.; Bhagwat, S. S.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 1992, 62, 8, pp 744-746
Abstract

Of 1200 cattle and 1005 buffalo, examined for hydatid infection in June and July 1988 in Lahore, Pakistan, 580 (48%) and 465 (46%) respectively were found to be infected. This is a much higher prevalence than that previously recorded. In cattle, maximum infection was recorded in the liver and lungs ...

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Chaudhry, Z. I.; Rashid, J.; Khan, T. M.
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Buffalo Journal, 1989, 5, 2, pp 229-232
Abstract

Of 1225 cattle livers and 2451 buffalo livers examined at slaughter in India, 16.90 and 22.36% respectively were condemned due to various pathological and parasitic infections. Fascioliasis was seen in 3.76 and 7.85%, hydatidosis in 4.25 and 4.50%, and amphistomasis in 2.20 and 3.93% of cattle and...

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Kulkarni, V. G.; Deshpande, B. B.; Ghafoor, M. A.
Citation
Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology, 1984, 8, pp 66-68
Abstract

During 1980-92, a general survey on the epidemiology of hydatid disease was carried out in Tacheng, Yumin, Emin and Tuoti County, Tacheng Region, Xinjiang, China. The Carson test with hydatid cyst fluid as antigen indicated that 2995 of 43 966 inhabitants (6.8%) were positive, with no great...

Author(s)
Qi ZhiRong; Yang WeiJun; Song XiuSheng; Guo ShuiFa; Ge YouSheng; Yang WenChuan; Lin YuGuang; Hong LingXian; Guan JiaZhen; Peng WenFeng
Citation
Endemic Diseases Bulletin, 1995, 10, 2, pp 50-54
Abstract

The local-, sex-, age-, occupation- and race-related variations in the prevalence of hydatidosis in the population of Kirgizia, USSR, based on archival material from 1965 to 1979 are tabulated. The prevalence has remained relatively steady over these 15 years, with mostly rural inhabitants (sheep...

Author(s)
Akmatov, B. A.
Citation
Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov Kirgizskogo Gosudarstvennogo Meditsinskogo Instituta (Ėkhinokokkoz - diagnostika i lechenie)., 1980, 141, pp 6-17

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