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The net-trapping predacious fungus Duddingtonia flagrans produces thick walled resting spores, chlamydospores, which are able to survive passage through the gastrointestinal tract of cattle, horses, sheep and pigs. Under Danish climatic conditions it has been shown that the number of parasite...

Author(s)
Larsen, M.
Citation
Parasitology, 2000, 120, supplement, pp S121-S131
Abstract

Besides humans, many animals can be infected by the tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV), with or without developing clinical signs, and thus they may serve as indicators for TBE endemicity. Game animals like deer, wild boar, and foxes are usually heavily infested with ticks. In contrast to other...

Author(s)
Rieger, M. A.; Nübling, M.; Müller, W.; Hasselhorn, H. M.; Hofmann, F.
Citation
Zentralblatt für Bakteriologie, 1999, 289, 5/7, pp 610-618
Abstract

Of the 76 cases, 40 were in cattle, 15 in dogs and 5 in cats. Overdosing was the principal cause. The toxic signs caused by these anthelmintics alone and in combination with other drugs are described.

Author(s)
Keck, G.; Orand, J. P.; Samuel, M.
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 1992, 24, 144, pp 165-172
Abstract

In 1983 the annual rate of prevalence of brucellosis in herds was 2.1% compared with 3.4% in 1982. There were 335 outbreaks of brucellosis in sheep and goats in 1983. The annual rate of prevalence of bovine tuberculosis in herds was 1.05% and in cattle was 0.09%. There were 3 outbreaks of...

Citation
11th Conference of the Office International des Épizooties, Regional Commission for Europe, Vienna 25-28 September 1984., 1984, pp 319-324
Abstract

At the abattoirs at Mont-de-Marsan and Pau hydatidosis had decreased in cattle from 8.0-11.5 in 1953 to 0.05-1.9 in 1974-1975, in sheep from 8.3-18.9 to 0% and in swine from 2.1-8% to 0.09-0.8%. In Bayonne there had also been a decrease in swine from 3.1 to 0%, but there were considerable increases ...

Author(s)
Bailenger, J.; Robert, B.; Lucchese, F.
Citation
Revue d'Épidémiologie et de Santé Publique, 1984, 32, 2, pp 149-151
Abstract

Cyhexatin treatment was applied to 225 cattle in two herds, and to 75 pigs in three herds. For cattle, 2.5 litres of 0.05% solution was brushed or sprayed on, and for pigs 0.7 l was sprayed on, or 1.5 l brushed on. The treatment was repeated after eight days, or a third time in one herd of cattle....

Author(s)
Monestel, M.
Publisher
These, Ecole Nationale Veterinaire d'Alfort.,
Citation
Les gales bovines et porcine; essais de traitement au cyhexatin., 1980, pp 82pp.
Abstract

In the region of Strasbourg, France, the prevalence of toxoplasmosis as detected by IFAT in slaughter animals was, in 1980, 30% in cattle, 27.42% in sheep and 26.50% in pigs compared to 33.51, 30.54 and 18.90% in 1970. In a sample of 668 sera from males aged from 5 to 55 years, 44.01% were...

Author(s)
Himy-Dahan, R.; Heinrich, A.; Ferry, R.; Kien, T.; Kremer, M.
Citation
Médecine et Maladies Infectieuses, 1983, 13, 8, pp 457-459
Abstract

Cattle, sheep, pig and horse production in France is briefly described with regard to management systems and the use of anthelmintics. No genuine case of anthelmintic resistance has been reported although it is suspected that a certain amount of resistance does exist.

Author(s)
Euzeby, J.; Kerboeuf, D.
Publisher
Centraal Diergeneeskundig Instituut, Lelystad, Netherlands
Citation
Facts and reflections IV. Resistance of parasites to anthelmintics. A workshop in the C.E.C. animal pathology programme held at the Central Veterinary Institute, Lelystad, The Netherlands, 9-10 December 1982., 1983, pp 101-113
Abstract

The authors attempted pathological diagnosis in 307 cases of abortion in mares, cows, ewes, goats, sows and bitches. An outline is given of the diagnostic methods. In almost half the cases no definite diagnosis could be made. Important causes in sheep were brucellosis, chlamydiosis, salmonellosis...

Author(s)
Tainturier, D.; Ferney, J.; Royal, L.
Citation
Bulletin de l'Academie Veterinaire de France, 1981, 54, 1, pp 97-104
Abstract

The bovine tuberculosis infection rate fell in France to 0.17% cattle and 1.17% of herds. 99.9% of cattle in 98.83% of 742 600 herds under the control of the veterinary services were tuberculosis-free. 7.4% of the 119 340 bovine abortions reported were due to brucellosis and 5058 farms were found...

Publisher
44-46 Boulevard de Grenelle, F-75732 Paris, France
Citation
Rapport General d'Activite 1980. Titre III. Les Services Veterinaires., 1981, pp 127pp.

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