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Abstract

The authors describe a condition occurring in a herd of cattle of which the most typical symptom was haemoglobinuria. A number of cattle were affected at the same time. These facts and other symptoms observed suggested a Babesia infection, but examination of the blood and other organs failed to...

Author(s)
CORDIER, G.; MÉNAGER, M. J.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire Exotique, 1937, 10, pp 61-71
Abstract

In recording their experience of the control of bovine piroplasmosis in Tunis, the authors stress that, although satisfactory methods of treatment are available for the babesia infections, the disease is often recognized too late to apply them, whilst in the case of theileria infection "gonacrine"...

Author(s)
CORDIER, G.; MENAGER, J.
Publisher
Tunis.,
Citation
Publ Serv. Elkvage, Tunis., 1935, pp 81 pp.