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Abstract

The history of piroplasms is briefly discussed, and a classification is given agreeing with that proposed by MESNIL in which the babesia are divided into large forms, Piroplasma, and small forms, Babesiella. B. gibsoni is described as belonging to the genus Achromaticus, although that genus is...

Author(s)
VELÁSQUEZ, J. G.
Publisher
Universidad de La Salle, Bogota, Colombia
Citation
Revista de Medicina Veterinaria, 1938, 8, pp 67-108
Abstract

Various attempts have been made to elucidate the aetiology of the South American disease known as bovine "mal de caderas." For some time it was believed to be septicaemia haemorrhagica, but since 1910 several authors have come to the conclusion that it is rabies. In 1931, it was described as...

Author(s)
MIGONE, L. E.; PENA, R.
Publisher
Buenos Aires,
Citation
Rev. zootic., 1938, 20, pp 37-41
Abstract

Infectious bulbar paralysis was first observed and investigated by AUJESZKY in cattle in Hungary. In South America it has so far been found only in Brazil in the provinces of Minas, Matto Grosso, Rio de Janeiro and San Paulo, where it has been studied by CARINI and MACIEL (Centralblatt f. Bakteriol...

Author(s)
NEGRETE, J. ; KANTOR, L.
Citation
Rev. Inst. Bacleriologico, Buenos Aires., 1918, 1, 2, pp 205-218 pp.

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