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A survey conducted throughout Bulgaria between 1979 and 1984 revealed echinococcosis by post-mortem examination in 11% of 1689 dogs, including 17% of 248 sheep dogs, and by arecoline treatment in 3% of 1265 dogs (5% of 507 sheep dogs). The number of cestodes harboured by an infected dog ranged from ...

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Petkov, A.; Tsolov, B.; Denev, I.; Kostov, R.; Rusev, I.; Zurliiski, P.; Stoimenov, K.; Zapryanov, M.; Spasov, M.
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Veterinarnomeditsinski Nauki, 1987, 24, 3, pp 51-55
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Samples of intestinal contents were obtained from 299 calves with diarrhoea, and of faeces from another 592 cases occurring on 177 farms in four regions of Bulgaria. Oocysts of Cryptosporidium were present in 25% of 891 calves, being most prevalent at 12-20 days of age. In 78% of cases bacteria or...

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Khalacheva, M.; Vitanov, I.; Zurliiski, P.; Meshkov, S.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1988, 86, 6, pp 39-42
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In Bulgaria, 50 bulls with Fasciola hepatica infection were treated with Dovenix at 1 ml/25 kg body-weight. The treatment was effective and well-tolerated. Neither the infection nor the treatment caused significant variations in the quality and quantity of semen produced by these bulls.

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Zurliiski, P.; Ganchev, T.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1982, 80, 6, pp 28-31
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An outbreak of anaplasmosis involving 41 cows and heifers kept permanently in cow sheds in Bulgaria is described. The infection was introduced during routine blood sampling, using the same syringe in heifers brought in from pastures for calving. A mortality rate of 19.5% was recorded, but calves...

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V"lchovski, Ya.; V"lchovski, R.; Zurliiski, P.; Nikolov, N.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1979, 77, 6, pp 28-31
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Vulchovski, Ya.; Meshkov, S.; Zapryanov, M.; Zurliiski, P.; Arnaudov, S.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1977, 75, 5, pp 26-29
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In Bulgaria, 1,663 of 85,000 cattle examined at slaughter were infected with Cysticercus bovis. The heart was involved in 63.8%, the masseter muscles in 29% and the diaphragm and external body musculature in 0.4 to 1.1% of infected cattle.

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Bonev, B.; Zurliiski, P.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1972, 69, 6, pp 25-26
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[A method of post-mortem heart dissection is described.]

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Zurliiski, P.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1975, 73, 10, pp 17-18
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[Recording the place of origin]

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Zurliiski, P.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1975, 73, 1, pp 20-21
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Zurliiski, P.; Bonev, B.
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Veterinarna Sbirka, 1972, 69, 8, pp 15-17

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