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Abstract

This investigation was limited to one infected farm, but it would be easy to extrapolate the results to the whole infected region with some allowance for local differences. A preliminary survey of pastures was made to estimate the seasonal frequency of ticks. Babesiosis occurred from March to...

Author(s)
Simon, P.-H.; Rancien, P.; Euzeby, J.
Citation
Bulletin de la Societe des Sciences Veterinaires et de Medecine Comparee de Lyon, 1974, 76, No.6, pp 411-421
Abstract

A group of 102 cattle from piroplasmosis-free areas were placed on pastures in a piroplasmosis-infected area; 43 animals were given an aqueous solution of imidocarb (36 received 2 mg/kg s/c and seven 1 mg/kg s/c) in a single injection given between the fourth and seventh day at pasture: 59 served...

Author(s)
Euzeby, J.; Rancien, P.; Simon, P. H.
Citation
Bulletin de la Societe des Sciences Veterinaires et de Medecine Comparee de Lyon, 1974, 76, No.6, pp 423-426
Abstract

Studies were made in 1972-73 on the epidemiology of babesiosis of cattle caused by Babesia divergens in the Charollais area of south-eastern France. Tick infestation was studied throughout the year on one property with luxuriant vegetation and where the injection rate in cattle was 50-90%. Ixodes...

Author(s)
Simon, P. H.; Rancien, P.; Euzeby, J.
Citation
Bulletin de la Societe des Sciences Veterinaires et de Medecine Comparee de Lyon, 1974, 76, 6, pp 411-421
Abstract

B. divergens infection of cattle appears to have been present in the Saone-et-Loire Department for the past 35-40 years. The two main infected areas are of 900 and 150 km2. The disease continues to spread, probably through the trade in cattle. The incidence is highest in pastures bordered by hedges ...

Author(s)
Euzeby, J.; Rancien, P.
Publisher
Societe des Sciences Veterinaires de Lyon, Lyon, France
Citation
Bulletin de la Societe des Sciences Veterinaires de Lyon, 1966, 68, pp 309-324