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A survey carried out at ten centres in Bulgaria between i960 and 1963 showed that the incidence of Echinococcus infection in sheep-dogs varied from 20 to 57% (av. 32%), in pet dogs from 4 to 28% (av. 13%) and in hounds from 0 to 50% (av. 18%). Alveococcus infection was not found. Hydatid cysts were ...

Author(s)
Popov, A.; Et Al.
Citation
Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, 1968, 5, 6, pp 71-81 pp.
Abstract

Trematol (bithionol plus 2,4-dichlorophenol) was tested against Paramphistomum cervi and Calicophoron sp. in cattle and sheep in Bulgaria. At 50 mg/kg body-weight for cattle and at 75 mg/kg for sheep the drug was 100% effective against both larval and adult parasites. No lasting side effects were...

Author(s)
Popov, A.; Bankov, D.; Denev, I.; Georgiev, B.; Bratanov, V.; Monov, M.
Citation
Veterinarno-Meditsinski Nauki, 1966, 3, 8, pp 813-818
Abstract

Over the whole country the proportion of warbled cattle had fallen from 21% in the period 1955-1959 to 6% in 1959-1965; some areas particularly in northern Bulgaria were free from warbles while a few had an incidence of 30% or over. The intensity of invasion had fallen; in 1965 57% of animals had...

Author(s)
Popov, A.; Petkov, A.; Vulchovski, Ya.
Publisher
Sof.,
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1967, 64, 1, pp 13-18 pp.
Abstract

Examination of faeces revealed eggs of Parampkistomum cervi, Calicophoron sp. and Cotylophoron cotylophorum in 27% of 63, 000 cattle, 18% of 8, 600 calves, 11% of 1, 487 buffaloes, 12% of buffalo calves, 3% of 110, 000 sheep and five of 1.044 goats. Infection was light (up to 100 param-phistomes)...

Author(s)
Popov, A.; Georgiev, B.; Bankov, D.; Denev, Y.; Bratanov, V.; Monov, M.
Citation
Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, 1967, 4, 2, pp 45-52 pp.

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