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Because of the apparent importance of trauma in the establishment of mastitis bacteria in the udder, the incidence of infection in 317 cases of injury to a quarter was studied in detail. Single or, occasionally, repeated samples were taken within a fortnight of injury, and plated on horse-blood...

Author(s)
FERGUSON, J.
Citation
Anter. J. vet. Res., 1944, 5, pp 87-92
Abstract

Knowledge of the natural means of transmission of mastitis is very incomplete. The introduction of mastitis organisms into the udder usually results in infection of the gland. External exposures do not induce infection. The intact meatus appears to be an effective barrier to the entrance of...

Author(s)
FERGUSON, A. J.
Citation
Thesis, Cornell Univ., 1943, pp 95 pp.
Abstract

Forty-one swabs were taken on different days from the mouths of four calves at intervals ranging from half-an-hour to 14 hours after they had sucked cows infected with Streptococcus agalactiae. Streptococci could be isolated up to four hours and frequently up to eight hours afterwards.
Calves were...

Author(s)
KLEIN, L. A.; KLECKNER, A. L.
Publisher
Univ. Pa.,
Citation
Vet. Ext. Quart., 1941, 82, pp 13-18 pp.
Abstract

An attempt was made to eradicate Streptococcus agalactiae infection from two self-contained herds, by isolation of new purchases, routine hypochlorite disinfection of udders, milkers' hands, and teat cups, and by quarter-sample testing at six-monthly intervals. The disease, however, increased in...

Author(s)
SHATTOCK, P. M. F.
Citation
Proceedings. Society of Agricultural Bacteriologists, 1941, pp 43-44 pp.
Abstract

Following examination of samples of milk in the MASTITIS Testing Laboratory, group segregation is recommended. Group 1, Negative, Group 2, Positive, for mastitis not caused by Sir. agalactiae, i.e., Staphylococci, Str. uberis, Str. dysgalactiae or coliform organisms; Group 3, Positive for Str....

Citation
Bull. Mass. agric. Exp. Stn., 1948, 449, pp 80 ; 70-76 pp.
Abstract

This is a report of a very comprehensive study on the natural history of mastitis in cows in Denmark. The Milk Control Service records of 1, 301 herds were followed for five years, those of 66 herds for three years and those of 95 herds for two and a half years. About 10, 000 cows were examined...

Author(s)
KOCH, S. O.
Publisher
Copenhagen: A/S Carl Fr. Mortensen.,
Citation
Undersogelser over Udbredelsen af de ved Maelkekontrol konstaterede Tilfaelde af klinisk paaviselig Mastitis deres Forlob og Aetiologi., 1947, pp 334 pp.
Abstract

III. The results are given of the experimental use of three substances-sulphanilamide, tyrothricin, and penicillin-in the treatment of 64 clinical cases of bovine mastitis, involving 154 quarters, by intramammary injection. The infecting organism was determined in each case: Str. agalactiae in 86 % ...

Author(s)
EDWARDS, S. J.; BROWNLEE, A.
Citation
Therapeutic treatment of bovine mastitis., 1946, pp 335-343
Abstract

During the year, 15, 473 samples of material were examined, of which 12, 143 were for BRUCELLOSIS. Of these, 12, 092 were blood samples, 8.35 % being positive and 4.07% suspicious. 1, 636 samples were examined for TUBERCULOSIS. Five (0.87%) out of 575 milk samples were positive for TB. by g. pig...

Author(s)
SIKKUT, M.
Citation
Eesti Loomaarstlik Ringvaade, 1937, 13, pp 89-94
Abstract

General agreement was expressed regarding the economic importance of bovine mastitis, many speakers also referring to the high incidence of infection in most countries for which data were available. HOPKIRK and KAY also referred to the difficulty of making satisfactory cheese from mastitis milk...

Publisher
Lond.,
Citation
Rep. 1st Imp. vet. Conf. 1938, 1938, pp 62-67 pp.
Abstract

Out of 2, 016 milk samples examined for MASTITIS 216 were positive for Streptococcus agalactiae, while in 17 cases infection was found to be due to coliform bacteria, in 3 cases to staphylococci, and in 10 cases to Str. pyogenes.
2, 554 specimens were examined for TUBERCULOSIS, comprising 1, 432...

Author(s)
SIKKUT, M.
Citation
Eesti Loomaarstlik Ringvaade, 1938, 14, pp 148-150

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