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Myocardial, tongue, oesophageal and diaphragmatic samples from 40 cows and 10 bulls were examined histologically and by trypsin digestion: 35 (70%) and 40 (80%) of the 50 animals were positive by these 2 methods, respectively. Morphologically, Sarcocystis bovicanis was identified in 28, S....

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Abdirahman, O. M.; Scanziani, E.; Sironi, G.
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Archivio Veterinario Italiano, 1991, 42, 2, pp 72-79
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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...

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Puglisi, G.; Sartirano, G. R.; Ferrari, A.
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Obiettivi e Documenti Veterinari, 1989, 10, 7-8, pp 53-60
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In Southern Province of Zambia, where 45% of the national herd is found, a control programme was implemented to reduce losses due to Theileria parva in traditionally managed cattle. The main control measures were: strategic acaricide treatments; monitoring of dip tank management and disease impact; ...

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Ghirotti, M.; Meneghi, D. de; Singh, S.; Gennaro, M. di; Pini, A.; Chizyuka, H. G. B.
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Parassitologia, 1990, 32, Supplemento, pp 129-130
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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 ...

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Sartirano, G. R.; Puglisi, G.
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Obiettivi e Documenti Veterinari, 1985, 6, 7/8, pp 51-62
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Ghirotti, M.
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Parassitologia (Roma), 1988, 30, Suppl. 1, pp 81-82
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Of 1208 mosquitoes caught by indoor-resting catches, pyrethrum-spray catches and the use of a cow-baited mosquito trap in the Kisumu area of Kenya in September-November 1987, 299 were identified as A. arabiensis and 909 as A. gambiae s.s. by chromosome analysis. The zoophily of A. arabiensis was...

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Petrarca, V.; Beier, J. C.; Koros, J.; Asiago, C.; Koech, D.
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Parassitologia (Roma), 1988, 30, Supplemento, pp 134-135
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Blood samples were collected from Dama cattle of four age groups in four separate herds on a ranch in a tsetse infested area in southern Mali in June and November 1979 and in March 1980. Single and mixed Trypanosoma congolense and T. vivax infections and a single T. brucei infection were found. A...

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Sartirano, G. R.
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Obiettivi e Documenti Veterinari, 1983, 4, 10, pp 45-50
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Of the 418 serum samples examined, 21 (5%) were positive for brucellosis, 24 (5.7%) for salmonellosis, 30 (7%) for chlamydiosis, 125 (30%) for bluetongue, 162 (38.8%) for IBR IPV and 248 (59%) for toxoplasmosis; all were negative for listeriosis and paratuberculosis.

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Hussein Hag, A.; Gallo, C.; Caracappa, S.; Vesco, G.
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Atti della Società Italiana di Buiatria, 1985, 17, pp 573-575
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During 1980-84 hydatid cysts were found at slaughter in 14.8% of 958 dromedaries, 1.8% of 1598 cattle and one (0.07%) of 1359 sheep, but none of 1937 goats. Of 47 stray dogs captured in Mogadiscio 11 (23.4%) harboured Echinococcus granulosus. There were no reports of human cases from Mogadiscio.

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Macchioni, G.; Lanfranchi, P.; Abdullatif Mohamed Abdi; Testi, F.
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Bollettino Scientifico della Facoltà di Zootecnia e Veterinaria, Università Nazionale Somala, 1984, 5, pp 179-189
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As a result of a survey of zebu cattle at Balcad Experimental Farm attached to the Somalia National University, the ticks on the cattle were identified and the degree of infestation ascertained. The ticks were Rhipicephalus pulchellus (60.6% infestation), R. humeralis (7.2%), R. sanguineus (3.9%), ...

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Scaramella, D.
Citation
Bollettino Scientifico della Facoltà di Zootecnica e Veterinaria, Università Nazionale Somala, 1983, 4, pp 161-165

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