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Efficacy of marbofloxacin against respiratory infections of lambs
The trial was carried out in a sheep flock with mixed Mannheimia haemolytica/Mycoplasma spp. respiratory infection; 60 lambs were included therein and allocated as follows: lambs in group MH were subcutaneously injected ...
Persistent efficacy of long-acting moxidectin for control of trichostrongylid infections of sheep
The objective was to evaluate long-acting moxidectin (Cydectin (R) 2% LA for sheep) against trichostrongylids in sheep. We performed a blocked, parallel, controlled clinical trial. We included 45 ewe-lambs, allocated into ...
Control of liver abscesses in lambs by using marbofloxacin
We describe cases of liver abscesses in a group of newborn lambs. Diagnosis was based on the combination of clinical signs with the findings of ultrasonographic examination of the abdomen: oval, hypoechoic structure with ...
Post-Partum Involution of the Canine Uterus - Gross Anatomical and Histological Features
We aimed to study the normal puerperium in the bitch. Ovariohysterectomy was performed in nine bitches, each at a different day after normal whelping; their genital tract was subject to gross anatomical examination, as ...
Sheep Diagnostic Medicine
Experimental staphylococcal mastitis in bitches: Clinical, bacteriological, cytological, haematological and pathological features
The objectives of the work were to study the features of experimentally induced canine mastitis and to present hypotheses regarding the pathogenesis of the disease. The tight caudal abdominal mammary gland of six bitches ...
The bacterial flora in the teat duct of ewes can protect against and can cause mastitis
We studied the possible effects of bacterial populations within the teat duct, in the pathogenesis of ovine mastitis. In experiment I, 32 ewes were allocated into group A (ewes from which we isolated (+++ growth) ...
Teat lesions predispose to invasion of the ovine mammary gland by Mannheimia haemolytica
Teat lesions, produced in ewes by an experimental chapping procedure, were found to facilitate experimental infection with Mannheimia haemolytica, as assessed by observations on infection of the teat skin, teat duct and ...
Principles of Mastitis Treatment in Sheep and Goats
This article indicates the principles for treatment of mastitis in ewes/does and explains the reasons why treatment may occasionally fail. It presents the principles for administration of antimicrobial agents at drying off ...
Diagnosis of clinical or subclinical mastitis in ewes
Objectives of this paper are to review (i) diagnostic methods and procedures available for clinical or subclinical mastitis in ewes and (ii) applications of these procedures in the diagnosis of mastitis. Early and correct ...