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Authors:Michał Czopowicz, Jarosław Kaba, Horst Schirrmeier, Emilia Bagnicka, Olga Szaluś-Jordanow, Mariusz Nowicki, Lucjan Witkowski, and Tadeusz Frymus
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parasitic origin. Taenia hydatigena and Echinococcus granulosus are tapeworms of dogs. The metacestode (larval) stages of these parasites and Cysticercus tenuicollis hydatid cysts develop frequently in the intermediate host (sheep and goats). Sheep
Authors:L. Szeredi, Sz. Jánosi, M. Tenk, L. Tekes, M. Bozsó, Z. Deim, and T. Molnár
The objective of the investigations was to study the causes of abortion in sheep and goats in Hungary during a 7.5-year period. The authors investigated 246 cases of ovine and 75 cases of caprine abortions by different diagnostic methods. An infectious origin was found in 126 cases (51.2%) of ovine and 19 cases (25%) of caprine abortions. The most important cause of ovine and caprine abortions was Chlamydophila abortus infection with a prevalence of 46% and 17%, respectively. Other infections causing sheep and goat abortions were present only in 5.2% and 8% of the cases, respectively. The results obtained by different diagnostic methods are discussed.
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