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Tritrichomonas foetus, a parasite well known for its significance as venereally transmitted pathogen in cattle, has recently been identified as a cause of chronic large-bowel diarrhea in domestic cats in the US, UK, and, more recently, also in Norway. In a period of 3 months (October to December...

Author(s)
Frey, C. F.; Schild, M.; Hemphill, A.; Stünzi, P.; Müller, N.; Gottstein, B.; Burgener, I. A.
Publisher
Springer-Verlag GmbH, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Parasitology Research, 2009, 104, 4, pp 783-788
Abstract

The most important causes of sterility in cows treated at the clinic were ovarian cysts (17, 090 cases) and ovarian hypo function (5, 640 cases). There were 16, 311 cases of granular vaginitis, mostly due to mineral imbalance, but since 1939 the condition has become less common. Other causes of...

Author(s)
Baehler, J. -F.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1960, 102, pp 372-391; 442-457
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

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

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