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During the 1990s, the incidence of major animal diseases declined due to effective prevention and control measures. However in recent years, animal health has returned to the spotlight with a massive increase in cases of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in Europe, as well as episodes of foot...

Author(s)
Boireau, P.; Moutou, F.
Publisher
Éditions du Point Vétérinaire, Maisons-Alfort, France
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 2010, 41, 304, pp 18-19
Abstract

A list is given of 32 species of tick (5 argasids and 27 ixodids) recorded from Madagascar, with collection dates, maps of distribution within Madagascar, and notes on hosts, distribution and (where applicable) medical or veterinary importance; 26 species are endemic to the island, 5 were...

Author(s)
Uilenberg, G.; Hoogstraal, H.; Klein, J. M.
Citation
Archives de l'Institut Pasteur de Madagascar, 1979, numero special, pp 153 pp.
Abstract

The laboratory, established at Farcha (Chad) in 1953, was united administratively five years later with the research centre for animal trypanosomiasis at Bouar (Central African Republic) to form the Veterinary and Zootechnical Research Region of Central Africa. This organization covers Chad, the...

Author(s)
Thome, M.
Publisher
Fort Lamy (Chad): Laboratoire de Farcha.,
Citation
Institut d'Elevage et de Medecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux. Region de recherehes vétérinadres et zootechniques de L'Afrique Centrale. Rapport annuel, 1963., 1964, pp 322 pp.
Abstract

An account of the finding of Babesia in the brain of four cattle; infection was associated with rabies (in two), heartwater or unidentified rickettsial infection. The normal course of Babesia infection is discussed. In the case of B. argentina, as opposed to B. bigemina, multiplication of the...

Author(s)
Uilenberg, G.
Publisher
Lab. d'Elevage, Tananarive, Madagascar.,
Citation
Revue d'Élevage et de Médecine Vétérinaire des Pays Tropicaux, 1965, 18, pp 83-88
Abstract

Eighteen cattle were inoculated with rinderpest virus; at the time of inoculation nine showed Gonderia [Theileria] mutans, two showed Theileria mutans and Anaplasma, one showed Anaplasma, five were negative and one was not examined. On re-examination daily after the commencement of the febrile...

Author(s)
YAKIMOFF, W. L.; GADSCHIEFF, S.; NEZWETAIEFF, N. W.; SCHMOULEWITSCH, A. I.
Publisher
Societe de Pathologie Exotique, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Société de Pathologie Exotique, 1932, 25, pp 728-735
Abstract

Among the possible measures which may be utilized for the control of piroplasmosis immunization appears to be the most practical.
The authors deal briefly with the attempts which have been made to establish immunity by means of (1) blood from a recovered animal, (2) blood attenuated by storage in a ...

Author(s)
YAKIMOFF, W. L. ; et al.
Citation
Ann. Inst. Pasteur, 1928, 42, 3, pp 282-319 pp.
Abstract

II. The authors discussed canine leishmaniasis, piroplasmosis, bovine theileriasis and rickettsia of monocytes.
Canine leishmaniasis is wide-spread round the shores of the Mediterranean sea, and is considered important as the dog probably forms the reservoir for human visceral leishmaniasis. The...

Author(s)
Donatien, A.; Lestoquard, F.
Citation
Report. 13th Int. Vet. Congr., 1938, 1938, 2, pp 791-799
Abstract

RINDERPEST.-The epidemiology of this disease during the last 15 years is described. Great variation has been observed. Indirect transmission plays a small part in the spread of rinderpest. With regard to control, there are two orders defining suitable measures to prevent the spread of infection....

Author(s)
CURASSON.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire Exotique, 1932, 5, pp 100-110
Abstract

I. A review of the literature on the intracorpuscular haematozoa of animals. The classification of the piroplasms is that suggested by DU TOIT and modified by MESNIL. The identity of the parasites described in various countries is discussed, and the differentiation of species by cross-immunity...

Author(s)
IONESCU-BRAILA, G.; CERNAIANU, C.
Publisher
Office International des Epizooties, Paris, France
Citation
Bulletin de l'Office International des Epizooties, 1936, 12, pp 276-343
Abstract

The authors point out that the bovine piroplasmoses or as they are more generally termed the " yellows " are the main obstacle to cattle rearing and improvement in Algeria. This is not only for the reason that they are responsible for serious losses, but they occur chiefly in the best irrigated...

Author(s)
SERGENT, Edm. ; DONATIEN, A. ; PARROT, L. ; LESTOQUARD, F. ; PLANTUREUX, Edm. ; ROUGEBIEF, H.
Citation
Ann. Inst. 'Pasteur., 1924, 38, 4, pp 273-343 pp.

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