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In a survey of domestic, captive, and wild animals for ringworm, dermatophytes were isolated from 520 (20%) of the 2, 538 hair specimens cultured. The organisms commonly isolated were Microsporum canis from cats, dogs, monkeys, and a chinchilla; M. gypseum from dogs, mice, rats; Trichophyton...

Author(s)
Menges, R. W.; Georg, L. K.
Publisher
Wash,
Citation
Public Health Reports, 1957, 72, pp 503-509
Abstract

In clinical trials with BOVINE MASTITIS penicillin treatment did not cure all quarters proved by the laboratory to be infected with penicillin sensitive organisms. The non-irritant nature of penicillin makes it superior to other drugs. It is not, however, capable of dealing with all cases of the...

Publisher
Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Printing Off.,
Citation
Report of the Administrator of Agricultural Research, 1945., 1945, pp 238 p; 70-98 pp.
Abstract

The number of dairy cattle increased by 3.1% to 131, 614. In tuberculin tests of 28, 160 cattle there were 0.184% reactors. The incidence of MASTITIS in dairy cattle is said to be 40% to 50%. This situation is being dealt with by the application of hygienic measures including the segregation of...

Author(s)
Hurt, L. M.
Publisher
Los Angeles, Calif.: County Livestock Department.,
Citation
Los Angeles County Livestock Department, California. Twenty-third annual report, fiscal year ending June 30, 1947., 1947, pp 48 pp.
Abstract

The authors report an outbreak of vesicular stomatitis among swill-fed swine. The diagnosis was confirmed by the experimental transmission of the disease to swine, cattle, horses and g. pigs. The isolated virus strain was later identified as being of the New Jersey type. A short review is given of...

Author(s)
Sanders, E. F.; Quin, A. H.
Citation
North American Veterinarian, 1944, 25, pp 413-418
Abstract

By continuous teaching, without any summer breaks, the college succeeded in graduating two extra classes during 1942-45: this seriously affected the amount of research done during these years. Students were unable to devote any time to seeing practice and this adversely affected the efficiency of...

Author(s)
Hagan, W. A.
Publisher
Geneva: W.F.Humphrey.,
Citation
Report of the New York State Veterinary College at Cornell university for the year 1944-1945., 1946, pp 205
Abstract

There were 297 students enrolled in 1940-41. The authorized additions and alterations to the veterinary hospital were completed.
[REPORT OF] DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL PATHOLOGY. [HALLMAN, E. T.]-The results of 652 P.M. examinations of animals and the diagnoses made of 9, 136 specimens of animal tissues...

Author(s)
Giltner, W.
Publisher
East Lansing, Mich,
Citation
Report of the Division of Veterinary Science, Michigan State College of Agriculture and Applied Science, East * Lansing, 19[40-]41., 1941, pp 59 pp.
Abstract

Towards the middle of the construction period of the Panama Canal the Hospital at Ancon organized a dairy and stocked it with animals from the United States, chiefly from the Gulf coast region. A number of pigs and a considerable number of chickens were also imported and subsequently the enterprise ...

Author(s)
Clark, H. C.
Citation
Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1918, 22, 2, pp 159-168
Abstract

The general scope of activities of the Bureau is reviewed. The staff numbered 4, 416 regular civil service employees and of these 2, 141 were in the professional and scientific service, about 93% being veterinarians. Expenditure amounted to over £4, 000, 000. During the year 480 students graduated...

Author(s)
Mohler, J. R.
Publisher
Washington, D.C: United States Department of Agriculture,
Citation
Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry, 1940., 1940, pp 90 pp.
Abstract

The only known disease likely to cause any difficulty to an experienced observer is vesicular stomatitis and, in cattle and pigs, the similarity of the lesions of vesicular stomatitis and foot and mouth disease often makes it difficult to give a definite diagnosis. Where the nature of the disease...

Author(s)
Traum, J.
Citation
Proceedings 5th Pacif. Sci. Congr. Canada 1933, 1934, pp 2907-2910 pp.
Abstract

This report contains general information on the livestock industry and research into and control of animal diseases. The Bureau employs a total of about. 4, 400 persons of all grades. The chiefs of the various divisions are as follows: -Animal Husbandry, E. W. SHEETS; Biochemic Division, M. DORSET; ...

Author(s)
Mohler, J. R.
Publisher
Washington: U.S. Govt. Printing Office,
Citation
Report of the Chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry, 1933., 1933, pp 47 pp.

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