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The authors give a short account of larval taeniasis in ruminants in Turkmenistan, USSR, and the measures taken to control it by forbidding the feeding of cattle and sheep offal to dogs, and by reducing the incidence of adult tapeworm infection in dogs by anthelmintic treatment. They report very...

Redzhepov, A.; Taimatov, R. Sh.; Agapovich, Zh. A.; Stepanov, D. F.; Nosov, V. I.; Altaev, A.
Veterinariya. Moscow, 1972, 49, 3, pp 59-60

In the Turkmenian SSR, drops of turpentine in fish oil were an effective treatment for keratitis in cattle (including that caused by Thelazia infection).

Taimatov, R. Sh.
Trudy Turkmenskogo Sel'skokhozyaistvennogo Instituta, 20, 3, pp 121-125