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In adult cattle, the commonest disease found was fascioliasis, the highest incidence being in imported Irish stock; TB declined over the period studied; the incidence of hepatic abscesses continued to increase; hyatidosis occurred in 0.5% of adult cattle, and methods of preventing the transmission...

Author(s)
Blamire , R. V.; Crowley, A. J.; Goodh, R. H.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1970, 87, pp 234-236; 237-238
Abstract

During the year 45 students graduated with the B. Vet. Med. degree. Research work is reported briefly. In horses three further cases of idiopathic catarrhal enteritis were examined; certain features suggested an autoallergic reaction. Ulceration of the guttural pouch was diagnosed in 19 horses by...

Author(s)
Anon.
Publisher
London: The Royal Veterinary College,
Citation
Great Britain. Royal Veterinary College (University of London). Annual Report 1963-64., 1965, pp 46 pp.
Abstract

Outbreaks of the most important notifiable diseases in 1954 were less than in 1953. FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE with only 12 outbreaks had the lowest incidence for 24 years. Types O, C and A were encountered. SWINE FEVER outbreaks were about half those of 1953. SWINE FEVER (crystal violet) vaccine...

Publisher
London: H.M. Stat. Off.,
Citation
Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. Report on the Animal Health Services in Great Britain 1954 including Report of Proceedings under the Diseases of Animals Act, 1950., 1955, pp 106 pp.
Abstract

Research on FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE was conducted in several countries. Samples of the virus from the outbreak in Mexico in 1950 were identified in tests carried out in England and Mexico as Type A. Antiserum of O, A, and C types from the Foot and Mouth Disease Research Institute, England were used...

Author(s)
Cardon, P. V.
Publisher
Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Off.,
Citation
Report of the Administrator of Agricultural Research 1951., 1951, pp 497 pp.
Abstract

This paper purports to describe the life of a veterinary surgeon in the tropics contrasting that in the West Indies, where the author was first stationed, with that in the Far East, where he is at present employed. It gives quite an interesting account of field work and incidence of disease in...

Author(s)
Ford, T. A.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1919, 75, 8, pp 45-54 pp.
Abstract

The routine work of the laboratory consisted in examinations of slides and smears received from government officials and private owners, and in serum and vaccine preparation. The latter part of the work included the preparation of anti-rinderpest serum (274, 368 doses), anthrax vaccine (32, 180...

Author(s)
Montgomery, R. E.
Publisher
Department of Agriculture (Swift Press), Nairobi, Kenya
Citation
BRITISH EAST AFRICA. Department of Agriculture. Annual Report of the Veterinary Bacteriologist for the Year 1914-1915., 1916, pp 125-145
Abstract

Work at the Veterinary Research Laboratories was concentrated on research into diseases of the respiratory and gastrointestinal systems, mastitis, bovine abortion and reproductive physiology. Diagnosis of disease and surveys of disease prevalence continued. Testing of blood and milk samples showed...

Publisher
H.M. Stationary Office., Belfast, UK
Citation
Annual report on research and technical work 1979., pp x + 272pp.

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