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Abstract

The authors made a survey of hydatid infection in man and animals over the period of 25 years since the enforcement of laws providing for the destruction of infected organs from slaughtered animals, when advice was also given to the public as to suitable precautions against infection. The incidence ...

Author(s)
TENHAEFF, C.; FERWERDA, S.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1945, 70, pp 84-95
Abstract

The authors give statistics, based on meat inspection returns, of echinococcosis in domestic animals in Friesland from 1924 to 1934. A steady decrease has occurred. About 12 % of dogs in Friesland are infested with Taenia echinococcus. In cattle, hydatid cysts are usually in the lung, and in horses ...

Author(s)
TENHAEFF, C.; FERWERDA, S.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1936, 63, pp 847-856; 919-924
Abstract

A review of the literature on the incidence of echinococcosis in animals and man, particularly in Holland and in the province of Mecklenburg, Germany. Infestation of cattle in Mecklenburg was much heavier than in Friesland, but infestation in man and in dogs was greater in Friesland. The authors...

Author(s)
TENHAEFF, C.; FERWERDA, S.
Citation
Tijdschr. Diergtneesk., 1934, 61, pp 169-180