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In June and August, 1989, cutaneous haemorrhagic parafilariasis was found in 2 cattle among 30 pregnant dairy cattle transported from Hokkaido to Chiba Prefecture. One adult female worm (Parafilaria bovicola) was recovered from the blood spot in each of the cattle. Oral administration of ivermectin ...

Author(s)
Iida, M.; Taira, N.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 1994, 56, 1, pp 203-205
Abstract

Ten calves harbouring Setaria mff were injected with ivermectin (a single dose of 200 µg/kg bwt). Thereafter, the number of calves harbouring mff was gradually reduced to 7, 2 and 0 by 1, 4 and 12 weeks, respectively, and remained at zero 16 weeks pi. None of 221 goats and sheep (in Ibaraki...

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Shirasaka, S.; Suzuki, M.; Endou, G.; Adachi, Y.; Taira, N.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 1994, 56, 6, pp 1213-1214
Abstract

Parasitological examination was conducted in 10 cases of sudden death in calves reared in southern Japan, where sawdust litter confinement pens were used. Extensive infection of the small intestine with Strongyloides papillosus was observed in every case, with 19 000-141 000 worms per animal....

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Taira, N.; Ura, S.; Nakamura, Y.; Tsuji, N.
Citation
JARQ, Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly, 1992, 26, 3, pp 203-209
Abstract

Electrocardiographic and pneumographic observations at critical moments were carried out on 5 calves that died suddenly following experimental infections with S. papillosus. Time which elapsed during these critical moments was calculated from the time of observation of ventricular flutter (VF) to...

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Ura, S.; Taira, N.; Nakamura, Y.; Tsuji, N.; Hirose, H.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1993, 47, 3-4, pp 343-347
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Nine calves infected percutaneously with graded doses of S. papillosus (SPL) were examined for haematological, biochemical and histological changes during the infection. Six of the calves infected with the highest larval doses died suddenly and the 3 calves given lower doses survived. No changes...

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Nakanishi, N.; Nakamura, Y.; Ura, S.; Tsuji, N.; Taira, N.; Tanimura, N.; Kubo, M.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1993, 47, 1/2, pp 67-76
Abstract

Six cases of T. vitulorum infection in calves in Japan from 1982 to 1988 are described. The cases occurred sporadically in Kysushu district in southern Japan and other calves in the farms showed no signs of T. vitulorum infection. Five were in Japanese Black and one in a Japanese brown. 4 were...

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Taira, N.; Ito, Y.; Ogawa, C.; Fujita, J.
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Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 1991, 53, 4, pp 721-723
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Four calves experimentally infected with different doses of S. papillosus were examined for changes of body temperature and other clinical parameters. In addition, the critical moments of death, which were recorded on videotape, were analysed in detail. The first clinical signs included initial...

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Ura, S.; Nakamura, Y.; Tsuji, N.; Taira, N.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1992, 44, 1/2, pp 107-110
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To confirm that 'sudden death' in calves in Japan is caused by hyperinfection with Strongyloides papillosus (SPL), an experimental infection of SPL in calves was conducted. 15 Holstein Friesian calves, ranging from 45.5 to 85.6 kg in bwt, were divided into 6 groups. Calves of groups A, B, C, D, E,...

Author(s)
Taira, N.; Nakamura, Y.; Tsuji, N.; Kubo, M.; Ura, S.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1992, 42, 3/4, pp 247-256
Abstract

From June to November, 1986, a biweekly parasitological survey was carried out on calves on a farm, where sudden death due to an unknown cause had occurred since 1983; 20 newborn calves introduced on the farm at 4 different times (4 groups) were examined by the modified McMaster technique. ...

Author(s)
Ideguchi, H.; Matsuda, M.; Taira, N.; Nishitateno, H.; Nishi, S.
Citation
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association, 1992, 45, 10, pp 747-751
Abstract

In recent years, a total of 152 calves have died suddenly on 3 farms in the southern part of Japan which used sawdust as litter. Calves often died within a few minutes of a violent fall without showing previous clinical signs. On necropsy of these cases, only a slight lesion was observed, although...

Author(s)
Taira, N.; Ura, S.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1991, 39, 3-4, pp 313-319

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