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A survey of 250 cattle slaughtered in Bombay Abattoir, Maharashtra, India, was undertaken to determine the prevalence of hydatidosis in the area. 54 (21.6%) cattle were infected, with cysts found in the lungs of 32 (12.8%) animals, the liver of 13 (5.2%), the spleen of 5 (2.0%) and the kidney of...

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Gatne, M. L.; Narsapur, V. S.; Niphadkar, S. M.; Deshpande, V. S.
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Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities, 1989, 14, 30, pp 389
Abstract

Examination of 471 sheep, 118 goats, 157 cattle and 56 camels, slaughtered in abattoirs in North Jordan during March-May 1984, for hydatids showed an overall prevalence of 27.8, 1.7, 5.8 and 10.7% resp. No hydatids were found in either female camels or male cattle (9 and 92 examined resp.) and...

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Abdel-Hafez, S. K.; Al-Yaman, F. M.; Said, I. M.
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Zeitschrift für Parasitenkunde, 1986, 72, 1, pp 89-96
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A total of 1776 serum samples from man and domestic animals were taken from army units in 4 provinces (autonomous region) in China (Shanxi, Gansu, Ningxia and Qinghai) between April, 1986 and February, 1987 and tested for hydatidosis by the IHAT. The total positive rate was 25.68% (456/1776),...

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Bai, J. Y.; Bian, Q. H.; Liu, X. F.; Liu, B. S.
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Chinese Journal of Veterinary Science and Technology, 1987, No.11, pp 26-28
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Of 612 camels, 916 sheep and 41 cattle examined post mortem, 29 (4.7%), 43 (4.6%) and 3 (7.3%) respectively had hydatid cysts. 1 (38%), 36 (84%) and 1 (33%) from camels, sheep and cattle respectively were viable.

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Farah, M. O.
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Veterinary Research Communications, 1987, 11, 5, pp 493-495
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The age distribution of 61 patients with hepatic hydatidosis operated upon during 1985 at Basrah hospitals, Iraq, is reported. The patients were 6 to 75 years old. During a 6-month survey of Basrah slaughterhouses, 8.4% of 38 398 sheep, 3.7% of 16 229 cattle and 5.6% of 2628 buffaloes were infected ...

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Mahdi, N. K.; Benyan, A. K. Z.; Al-Nowfal, A. J.
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Japanese Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1988, 16, 1, pp 19-22
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Muralidhara, A.
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Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 1988, 22, 2, pp 287
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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...

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Qi ZhiRong; Yang WeiJun; Song XiuSheng; Guo ShuiFa; Ge YouSheng; Yang WenChuan; Lin YuGuang; Hong LingXian; Guan JiaZhen; Peng WenFeng
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Endemic Diseases Bulletin, 1995, 10, 2, pp 50-54
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Iqbal, Z.; Hayat, C. S.; Hayat, B.; Khan, M. N.
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Pakistan Veterinary Journal, 1989, 9, 2, pp 70-74
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Biswas, G.; Sen, G. P.; Thapa, D.; Lahkar, A.
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Indian Veterinary Journal, 1989, 66, 1, pp 78-80
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Pulmonary hydatidosis (Echinococcus granulosus) was confirmed surgically in 22 patients (13 women and 9 men) of 356 patients admitted to Basrah Surgery Chest Clinic, Iraq, in 1984. The patients originated from rural areas and were aged 8-45 years. A survey of 85 424 animals slaughtered over 9...

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Benyan, A. K. Z.; Mahdi, N. K.
Citation
Saudi Medical Journal, 1987, 8, 6, pp 403-406

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