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I. K. reviews the evidence as to the pathogenicity of Trick, foetus, and points out that pure trichomonad abortion has been recorded in women, and that similar organisms have been demonstrated in barren mares and sows. It has been accepted that transmission in cattle occurs at service, but virgin...

Author(s)
Küst.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1936, 44, pp 821-825
Abstract

This article records the detection of trichomonas infection in cattle in north Germany, associated with the classical symptoms of sterility, vaginal catarrh, pyometra and abortion. The disease was detected in a village where small dairies were the rule and where two bulls were kept and used in...

Author(s)
Wagener, K.; Greve, H.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1935, 41, pp 840-841
Abstract

A record of investigations into bovine trichomoniasis in five districts near Giessen. Good results in the control of the disease were obtained by the usual method of temporary suspension of service to allow of a separation of healthy and infected cattle, and the obtaining of new healthy bulls.
Cows ...

Author(s)
Heitgrek, W.
Publisher
Giessen,
Citation
Thesis, 1935, pp 81 pp.
Abstract

IV. E. discusses bovine trichomonad infection in the Rhine province, and special regulations for its control. He points out that a bull keeper may demand a veterinary certificate of health before he allows the service of a cow from any herd in which he suspects disease to exist. The method of...

Author(s)
Eickmann, H.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1937, 45, pp 121-123
Abstract

VII. S. encountered sterility associated with abortion in the early stages of pregnancy on 42 premises in his practice in Switzerland and records detailed observations of the condition on 15 premises. He was able to demonstrate a trichomonad infection in 25 % of cases of complete abortion, in 33 %...

Author(s)
Staub, C.
Publisher
Zurich.,
Citation
Thesis, 1936, pp 63 pp.
Abstract

The author reviews the literature at length and gives his results in the collection of semen from bulls using the artificial vagina with live cows, the same with phantoms, and simple collection by rectal massage of the prostate, seminal vesicles and urethra.
The first method was found to be the...

Author(s)
Feiling, O.
Publisher
Giessen.,
Citation
Thesis, 1935, pp 80 pp.
Abstract

In this article Abelein discusses the methods which can be adopted for the eradication of genital trichomonad infection from an individual herd or groups of small herds using the same bulls. He considers that the difficulty of cultivation indicates that the organism has no saprophytic existence and ...

Author(s)
Abelein.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1934, 42, pp 449-458
Abstract

III. As the best method of controlling bovine trichomoniasis is the prophylactic treatment of bulls, U. tested the value of various methods. The most effective method of preventing the spread of infection is the employment of artificial insemination; alternatively it is also possible to check the...

Author(s)
Uhlenhaut, F. A.
Citation
Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1937, 88, pp 385-394
Abstract

This article deals with a disease of cattle prevalent in South Germany, Switzerland, Austria and North Italy. It is characterized by abortion in the early months of pregnancy, the frequency of sterility and pyometra and the history of transmission by certain bulls.
The claim that the disease is due ...

Author(s)
Abelein.
Citation
Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1932, 83, pp 253-257; 279-285; 292-296; 305-309; 318-322