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Abstract

A review of the physiopathology, treatment and epidemiology of Fasciola hepatica infection in cattle, with particular reference to France.

Author(s)
Alzieu, J. P.; Mage, C.
Citation
Bulletin des G.T.V., 1991, No. 6, pp 59-74
Abstract

In an investigation of 1595 herds, over a three-year period (1983-1985), F. hepatica infection was detected in 668 herds, with the infection rate increasing over the three years. Of 299 calves in their first season at pasture, tested for antibodies by passive haemagglutination, 229 were positive....

Author(s)
Mage, C.
Citation
Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 1989, 140, 5, pp 407-411
Abstract

In Cerdagne (Pyrénées-Orientales Department), on a 600-ha pasture at 1600-2000 metres altitude, where cattle from different farms situated at lower altitudes are grazed from June to September, faecal examinations in June, August and September, and PM examinations of samples from 2-4 heifers between ...

Author(s)
Mage, C.
Citation
Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 1989, 140, 11, pp 1033-1036
Abstract

In each of 243 farms, examinations of eight faecal samples showed that the number of herds infected by F. hepatica increased from October to December. In another series of examinations of faecal samples taken in the autumn of the three years 1983-1985, it was observed that F. hepatica infections...

Author(s)
Mage, C.
Citation
Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 1989, 140, 4, pp 297-301
Abstract

Autopsy findings in cattle (3 calves killed in Nov. 1978 and 14 heifers killed from April to Nov. 1979) grazing, without anthelmintic treatment, on pastures at Cerdagne, France, are presented. Calves were infected mainly with Cooperia, the numbers of adult Ostertagia were low Nematodirus was rare,...

Author(s)
Mage, C.; Dorchies, P.; Franc, M.; Ducos de Lahitte, J.
Citation
Revue de Medecine Veterinaire, 1982, 134, 2, pp 103-106