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Abstract

II. S. records investigations on the experimental infection of cattle with Tr.f. Before being put on experiment, animals were examined for infection by culture of the blood and of the preputial or vaginal secretion. In two cases animals which were believed to be virgin gave positive cultures both...

Author(s)
Sälzer, H.
Publisher
Giessen,
Citation
Thesis, 1938, pp 48 pp.
Abstract

A condition of sterility is described in roebuck in the forests round Kassel in which the does failed to give birth to young for as long as 7 or 8 years. Examination of the uteri of five animals revealed an enlargement of the organs with a thickening of the mucous membrane, and in some cases a...

Author(s)
Schoop, G.; Stolz, A.
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1939, 47, pp 118-114
Abstract

In Kurhessen trichomonad abortion in cattle is much more common than brucellosis, which has been detected in only 4% of the herds. It is emphasized that when sterility, pyometra, and cases of abortion- in the early stages of pregnancy are encountered in a herd, trichomonad infection should be...

Author(s)
Grossman, F.
Publisher
Hanover,
Citation
Thesis, 1939, 82,
Abstract

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