Pseudo-pericarditis: A Newest Finding for Diagnosis of Theileriosis in Large Ruminants

Vascular disease is one of the hottest health problems in large ruminants. Pale mucous membranes, enlarged lymph nodes, fever, and jaundice are typical and familiar clinical signs of anemia. Another revealed clinical feature, that of pseudopericarditis, may aid the diagnosis.

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Investigation of Risk Factors Associated with the Frequency of Antibodies against Babesia bovis and Babesia bigemina in Cattle in Southern Mozambique

Babesiosis in cattle is a disease caused by Babesia spp., a protozoan spread by ticks of the Ixodidae family, and is a major economic concern in the tropics. It is spread by ticks of the species Rhipicephalus microplus, Rhipicephalus decoloratus,

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Determine the Prevalence of Fasciolopsis in Cattle Slaughtered at Eke Market Abattoir, Afikpo, Ebonyi State, Nigeria

In the current study, feacal samples collected from the rectum of slaughtered cattle were analyzed using the standard floatation technique (saturated sodium chloride) to recover the ova from the feacal samples in order to determine the prevalence of fasciolopsis among

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