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A disease survey in a sample of 2.5% of the cattle population in the Central African Republic gave a prevalence of 9.8% for brucellosis (966 of 9823 serum samples positive to the rose bengal test), 6.4% for trypanosomiasis (643 of 9910 adult cattle positive to Giemsa staining of blood smears-375...

Author(s)
Puglisi, G.; Sartirano, G. R.; Ferrari, A.
Citation
Obiettivi e Documenti Veterinari, 1989, 10, 7-8, pp 53-60
Abstract

The results of an investigation of the disease status of 43 herds are presented. Blood samples from adult cattle were examined for trypanosomes and microfilariae, and for brucellosis antibodies. Faeces from both adult cattle and calves was examined for gastrointestinal parasites. About 7% of cattle ...

Author(s)
Sartirano, G. R.; Puglisi, G.
Citation
Obiettivi e Documenti Veterinari, 1985, 6, 7/8, pp 51-62
Abstract

From experience in Eritrea, S. concludes that anthrax vaccination can be applied to cattle which are infected with trypanosomes or piroplasms, provided that they are not acutely ill at the time. The progress of a fresh trypanosome infection appeared to be accelerated by anthrax immunization, though ...

Author(s)
Sforza, M.
Publisher
Milano.,
Citation
Clinica Veterinaria, 1938, 61, pp 291-305
Abstract

The most prevalent diseases in Italian East Africa are rinderpest, horse-sickness, anthrax, rabies, piroplasmosis and trypanosomiasis. Of these, rinderpest causes the greatest loss. It attacks humpless cattle, zebu cattle and buffaloes and is always acute, the mortality rate being 90 % or over. To...

Author(s)
Grignani, A.
Citation
Azione Veterinaria, 1936, 5, pp 469-476
Abstract

Abyssinia may be roughly divided into the highlands of the north and the C lowlands of the south and east. The lowlands are a continuation of the Somaliland desert and are not likely to be of much agricultural value. Between the mountains of the north, however, wide fertile valleys are to be found...

Author(s)
Grignani, U.
Citation
Azione Veterinaria, 1935, 4, pp 884-389
Abstract

In this article Croveri describes an interesting neuro-muscular condition of cattle in Somaliland somewhat reminiscent of the chronic forms which are stated to occur sometimes in the South African cattle disease known as " lamziekte.'' Moreover, as transpired in the course of investigations into...

Author(s)
Croveri, P.
Citation
Clinica Veterinaria, 1920, 43, 3, pp 65-92

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