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Untersuchungen über das Vorkommen der lumbalen Parese bei Ziegen und über das Auftreten von Elaphostrongylus cervi beim Rothirsch im Kanton Tessin


Pusterla, Nicola; Hertzberg, Hubertus; Viglezio, M; Vanzetti, T; Braun, Ueli (1998). Untersuchungen über das Vorkommen der lumbalen Parese bei Ziegen und über das Auftreten von Elaphostrongylus cervi beim Rothirsch im Kanton Tessin. Schweizer Archiv für Tierheilkunde, 140(2):76-82.

Abstract

The aim of the study was to examine the incidence of lumbar paralysis in goats and the possible role of Elaphostrongylus cervi as an agent. For this reason questionnaires concerning the clinical pictures and the incidence of lumbar paralysis were sent to 200 owners of goats and to 9 veterinarians. The study showed that the symptoms of lumbar paralysis had been observed for many years mainly during the winter. Most of the animals suffering from lumbar paralysis originated from the Valley of Leventina and Blenio. The symptoms of lumbar paralysis could be observed from 29 owners of goats. Fecal examination of 36 red deer in the autumn of 1995 was carried out for studying if deer plays a role in spreading the larvae of E. cervi. Twenty-five red deer passed the E. cervi larvae. This could be indicating that deer plays an possible role in the infection of goats with E. cervi.

Abstract

The aim of the study was to examine the incidence of lumbar paralysis in goats and the possible role of Elaphostrongylus cervi as an agent. For this reason questionnaires concerning the clinical pictures and the incidence of lumbar paralysis were sent to 200 owners of goats and to 9 veterinarians. The study showed that the symptoms of lumbar paralysis had been observed for many years mainly during the winter. Most of the animals suffering from lumbar paralysis originated from the Valley of Leventina and Blenio. The symptoms of lumbar paralysis could be observed from 29 owners of goats. Fecal examination of 36 red deer in the autumn of 1995 was carried out for studying if deer plays a role in spreading the larvae of E. cervi. Twenty-five red deer passed the E. cervi larvae. This could be indicating that deer plays an possible role in the infection of goats with E. cervi.

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Other titles:The occurrence of lumbar paralysis in goats and the appearance of Elaphostrongylus cervi in red deer in the canton Ticino
Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:05 Vetsuisse Faculty > Institute of Parasitology
04 Faculty of Medicine > Institute of Parasitology

05 Vetsuisse Faculty > Veterinary Clinic > Department of Farm Animals
Dewey Decimal Classification:570 Life sciences; biology
630 Agriculture
Uncontrolled Keywords:Animals; Deer; Feces; Goat Diseases; Goats; Metastrongyloidea; Paralysis; Retrospective Studies; Strongylida Infections; Switzerland
Date:1998
Deposited On:02 Aug 2016 09:15
Last Modified:02 Aug 2016 09:15
Publisher:Gesellschaft Schweizer Tierärztinnen und Tierärzte
ISSN:0036-7281
PubMed ID:9492579

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