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An emaciated, 6-month-old calf from a farm in Hedmark where several calves had died in the summer and autumn was sent to the Veterinary Institute for postmortem examination in October (?2013). Serous fatty tissue atrophy was seen around the heart and leg joints. The skin was badly infested with ...

Author(s)
Wisløff, H.; Hamnes, I. S.
Publisher
Den Norske Veterinærforening, Oslo, Norway
Citation
Norsk Veterinærtidsskrift, 2013, 125, 9, pp 572-573
Abstract

Lungs of 102 roe deer (Capreolus capreolus), 136 moose (Alces alces), 68 fallow deer (Dama dama), and six red deer (Cervus elaphus) were examined during hunting seasons from 16 September 1997 to 1 March 2000. The aim was to determine the species composition and prevalence of Dictyocaulus lungworms...

Author(s)
Divina, B. P.; Wilhelmsson, E.; Mörner, T.; Mattsson, J. G.; Höglund, J.
Publisher
Wildlife Disease Association, Lawrence, USA
Citation
Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 2002, 38, 4, pp 769-775
Abstract

Faecal samples collected from 103 moose in Troms and Finmark counties, Norway, during the hunting season of September to October 1975 were examined. The faeces of all moose older than one year contained eggs or larvae of gastro-intestinal nematodes. In addition, gastro-intestinal nematodes were...

Author(s)
Halvorsen, O.; Wissler, K.
Citation
Fauna Novegica Ser.A, 1983, 4, pp 37-40
Abstract

8861 reindeer were slaughtered at Kautokeino, Finmark County, Norway in 1978/79 and 8211 in 1979/80. Pathological lesions encountered at meat inspection were mainly of parasitic origin. Over the past four years the prevalence of Echinococcus granulosus cysts had fallen from 1.5% to 0.23%, probably...

Author(s)
Korbi, K. A.
Citation
Norsk Veterinaertidsskrift, 1982, 94, 1, pp 45-49
Abstract

From two herd outbreaks of verminous pneumonia and two similar outbreaks which were complicated by Pasteurella multocida infection, and routine examination of the lungs of reindeer which had been slaughtered, it appeared that infection of reindeer with D. viviparus is common, and serious outbreaks...

Author(s)
Kummeneje, K.
Citation
Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica, 1977, 18, 1, pp 86-90
Abstract

Examination of faecal samples collected during 1969-72 from 101 captive and 216 wild Ovibos moschatus from USA (Alaska), Canada (Alberta, Northwest Territories and Quebec) and Norway revealed the presence of ova of Moniezia, Marshallagia, Nematodirus and/or Nematodirella, other trichostrongylids...

Author(s)
Samuel, W. M.; Gray, D. R.
Citation
Journal of Wildlife Management, 1974, 38, 4, pp 775-782
Abstract

This investigation was carried out to find out more about the occurrence and importance of various diseases among reindeer in northern Norway. The study was based on field expeditions, sampling by veterinarians and owners, and examination of slaughter material. Acute pneumonia caused by Pasteurella ...

Author(s)
Kummeneje, K.
Publisher
Direktorat for Vilt og Ferskvannsfisk., Trondheim, Norway
Citation
Proceedings of the Second International Reindeer/Caribou Symposium, 17th-21st September 1979, Roro, Norway, Part B, 1980, pp 456-458

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