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  • Consequences of reduced vitamin A administration on mammary health of dairy ewes 

    Koutsoumpas, A. T.; Giadinis, N. D.; Petridou, E. J.; Konstantinou, E.; Brozos, C.; Lafi, S. Q.; Fthenakis, G. C.; Karatzias, H. (2013)
    The study was carried out in Mytilene breed dairy ewes, which were allocated into two groups, 2 months before their first mating. All animals were given a diet based on dried alfalfa hay and concentrate compound feed with ...
  • Differential diagnosis of neurological diseases of small ruminants 

    Giadinis, N. D.; Polizopoulou, Z. S.; Fthenakis, G. C. (2013)
    Objective of the present review is the description of diagnostic approach in neurological cases in small ruminants. To improve description purposes in the present paper, neurological disorders of small ruminants are ...
  • Health management of ewes during pregnancy 

    Fthenakis, G. C.; Arsenos, G.; Brozos, C.; Fragkou, I. A.; Giadinis, N. D.; Giannenas, I.; Mavrogianni, V. S.; Papadopoulos, E.; Valasi, I. (2012)
    The objectives of health management of ewes during pregnancy are as follows: (i) successful completion of pregnancy at term, (ii) birth of healthy and viable lambs, with optimal birth and potential weaning bodyweight, (iii) ...
  • Illthrift in suckling lambs secondary to umbilical infections and possible implication of cryptosporidiosis as a risk factor 

    Giadinis, N. D.; Papadopoulos, E.; Loukopoulos, P.; Panousis, N.; Kalaitzakis, E.; Koutsoumpas, A.; Karatzias, H. (2011)
    Illthrift was observed in 20/60 lambs aged 40-45 days in a dairy sheep flock in Greece. Cryptosporidiosis had been diagnosed and successfully treated with halofuginone lactate a month earlier. Parasitological examinations ...
  • "Milk-drop syndrome of ewes": Investigation of the causes in dairy sheep in Greece 

    Giadinis, N. D.; Arsenos, G.; Tsakos, P.; Psychas, V.; Dovas, C. I.; Papadopoulos, E.; Karatzias, H.; Fthenakis, G. C. (2012)
    "Milk-drop syndrome of ewes" is defined as a pathological entity at flock level and a syndrome characterized by reduced milk yield of lactating ewes, with no clinical signs specific to a disease. Concurrent presence of the ...
  • Moxidectin efficacy in a goat herd with chronic and generalized sarcoptic mange 

    Giadinis, N. D.; Farmaki, R.; Papaioannou, N.; Papadopoulos, E.; Karatzias, H.; Koutinas, A. F. (2011)
    A case of sarcoptic mange affecting almost all the animals of a dairy goat herd is described. This pruritic skin disease led progressively to high mortality and dramatic drop of milk yield. The lesions of the affected goats ...
  • An outbreak of caprine meningoencephalitis due to Escherichia coli O157:H7 

    Filioussis, G.; Petridou, E.; Karavanis, E.; Giadinis, N. D.; Xexaki, A.; Govaris, A.; Kritas, S. K. (2013)
    Five 1-month-old kid goats from a local herd in Kozani (northwest Greece) developed neurological disorders characterized by decreased appetite, ataxia, and head pressing. The animals received a 3-day course of treatment ...
  • Selenium, vitamin E and vitamin A blood concentrations in dairy sheep flocks with increased or low clinical mastitis incidence 

    Giadinis, N. D.; Panousis, N.; Petridou, E. J.; Siarkou, V. I.; Lafi, S. Q.; Pourliotis, K.; Hatzopoulou, E.; Fthenakis, G. C. (2011)
    Objective of the study was to evaluate the relationship between blood concentrations of selenium, vitamin E and vitamin A with the incidence of acute clinical mastitis in dairy sheep. For this purpose, 13 flocks with ...