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Abstract

Parasitic bronchitis and pneumonia is mainly a disease of animals put into infected pastures for the first time in their lives, therefore, in most instances young cattle under one year of age are affected. Adult cattle may develop significant pulmonary lesions, however, leading to clinical disease...

Author(s)
Pirie, H. M.
Publisher
Martinus Nijhoff., The Hague, Netherlands
Citation
Respiratory diseases in cattle. A seminar in the EEC programme of coordination of research on beef production held at Edinburgh, November 8-10, 1977., 1978, pp 102-116
Abstract

After almost five months of grazing relatively bare permanent pastures, a group of 11 clinically normal beef cows and heifers and their calves were introduced to a very lush, parasite-free field of new grass. Ten of the adult cattle developed mild transient respiratory signs after 3-11 days. The...

Author(s)
Selman, I. E.; Breeze, R. G.; Bogan, J. A.; Wiseman, A.; Pirie, H. M.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1977, 101, 14, pp 278-283
AbstractFull Text

The clinical signs, pathology, epizootiology and aetiology of fog fever in cattle in Britain are reviewed. The suggestion that the syndrome is a hypersensitivity reaction in the lungs of a sensitized animal following oral reinfection with Dictyocaulus viviparus larvae after a change to a better...

Author(s)
Breeze, R. G.; Pirie, H. M.; Selman, I. E.; Wiseman, A.
Citation
Veterinary Bulletin, 1976, 46, 4, pp 243-251
Abstract

There have been many suggestions that fog fever of cattle is the result of a hypersensitivity to D. viviparus. However, when 7 adult cattle that had recovered from fog fever were challenged orally with 30000 third-stage larvae of D. viviparus, the acute respiratory signs did not recur. Pulmonary...

Author(s)
Breeze, R. G.; Pirie, H. M.; Selman, I. E.; Wiseman, A.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology, 1974, 84, No.4, pp 577-588
Abstract

Over 100 respiratory incidents in grazing cattle, involving examination of about 150 cattle, showed the commonest syndrome encountered was an acute disease of variable severity and with minimal coughing in adult beef cattle, arising in autumn soon after a change to better pasture. Clinical and...

Author(s)
Selman, I. E.; Wiseman, A.; Breeze, R. G.; Pirie, H. M.
Citation
Veterinary Record, 1976, 99, 10, pp 181-184
Abstract

This report describes the more important respiratory diseases of adult cattle (over 2 years of age) in Britain. One of the 6 main syndromes identified was reinfection with Dictyocaulus viviparus. This is sometimes observed in adult milking cows exposed to large numbers of larvae. It is considered...

Author(s)
Breeze, R. G.; Pirie, H. M.; Dawson, C. O.; Selman, I. E.; Wiseman, A.
Citation
Folia Veterinaria Latina, 1975, 5, 1, pp 95-128