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Cattle Diseases HELP
Based on 16,948 articles published since 2010

These are the 16948 published articles about Cattle Diseases that originated from Worldwide during 2010-2020.
+ Citations + Abstracts
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1 Guideline Guidelines for the Detection of Babesia and Theileria Parasites. 2017

Lempereur, Laetitia / Beck, Relja / Fonseca, Isabel / Marques, Cátia / Duarte, Ana / Santos, Marcos / Zúquete, Sara / Gomes, Jacinto / Walder, Gernot / Domingos, Ana / Antunes, Sandra / Baneth, Gad / Silaghi, Cornelia / Holman, Patricia / Zintl, Annetta. ·1 Laboratory of Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Liège , Liège, Belgium . · 2 Laboratory for Parasitology, Croatian Veterinary Institute , Zagreb, Croatia . · 3 Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Animal Health, University of Lisbon , Lisbon, Portugal . · 4 National Institute for Agrarian and Veterinary Research , Oeiras, Portugal . · 5 Department of Hygiene and Medical Microbiology, Innsbruck Medical University , Innsbruck, Austria . · 6 Global Health and Tropical Medicine, Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical (IHMT) , Lisbon, Portugal . · 7 Koret School of Veterinary Medicine, Hebrew University , Rehovot, Israel . · 8 National Centre for Vector Entomology, Institute of Parasitology, University of Zurich , Zurich, Switzerland . · 9 Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Texas A&M University , College Station, Texas. · 10 UCD Veterinary Sciences Centre, University College Dublin , Belfield, Dublin, Ireland . ·Vector Borne Zoonotic Dis · Pubmed #28055573.

ABSTRACT: The genera Babesia and Theileria (phylum Apicomplexa, order Piroplasmida) are mainly transmitted by Ixodid ticks in which the sexual part of their life cycle followed by sporogony takes place. They include protozoan parasites that infect erythrocytes of a variety of vertebrate hosts, including domestic and wild animals, with some Babesia spp. also infecting humans. Babesia sporozoites transmitted in the tick's saliva during the bloodmeal directly infect erythrocytes, where they asexually multiply to produce pear-shaped merozoites in the process of merogony; whereas a pre-erythrocytic schizogonic life stage in leukocytes is found in Theileria and precedes merogony in the erythrocytes. The wide spectrum of Babesia and Theileria species and their dissimilar characteristics with relation to disease severity, transmission, epidemiology, and drug susceptibility stress the importance of accurate detection of babesiosis and theileriosis and their causative agents. These guidelines review the main methods currently used for the detection of Babesia and Theileria spp. for diagnostic purposes as well as epidemiological studies involving their vertebrate hosts and arthropod vectors. Serological methods were not included once they did not indicate current infection but rather exposure.

2 Editorial None 2019

Khol, Johannes Lorenz. · ·Tierarztl Prax Ausg G Grosstiere Nutztiere · Pubmed #31212339.

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3 Editorial TB or Not TB? The Granuloma Is the Question…. 2019

Cassidy, Joseph P. ·1 University College Dublin School of Veterinary Medicine. ·Vet Pathol · Pubmed #31185878.

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4 Editorial In this issue - June 2019: Charles Sturt application process reviewed · Single-drench doramectin in Bos indicus-cross beef calves · No evidence for endemic heartworm in South Australia · Anaphylaxis associated with intravenous Alfaxan in a dog · Acute hypoventilation following Brunfelsia sp. Poisoning in a dog. 2019

Jackson, A E. · ·Aust Vet J · Pubmed #31136693.

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5 Editorial TB - are we making any progress? 2018

Waters, Adele. · ·Vet Rec · Pubmed #30361210.

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6 Editorial In this issue - October 2018: Mechanisms and treatment of tumour angiogenesis is · Coagulation times depend on methods used · Experimental studies on footrot control · Pasteurella multocida in pigs and poultry · Pomegranate poisoning in cattle · Outcome of foals with hypernatremia. 2018

Jackson, A E. · ·Aust Vet J · Pubmed #30255573.

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7 Editorial No turning back on TB. 2018

Clark, Kathryn. · ·Vet Rec · Pubmed #29472388.

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8 Editorial Clinician attitudes to pain and use of analgesia in cattle: where are we 10 years on? 2017

Remnant, John G / Tremlett, Alex / Huxley, Jon N / Hudson, Chris D. ·School of Veterinary Medicine and Science, University of Nottingham, Loughborough, UK. · Goulburn Valley Equine Hospital, Congupna, Victoria, Australia. ·Vet Rec · Pubmed #28814534.

ABSTRACT: Pain in cattle can arise though disease or injury or may result from veterinary or husbandry procedures. Controlling pain is important to safeguard animal welfare. Previous studies indicated that the use of analgesics in cattle has lagged behind use in companion animals. Over the last decade, more analgesic products have become available for use in cattle and there have been increased efforts to communicate the importance and benefits of analgesia. A questionnaire (based on that used in a similar study published in 2006) was sent to UK cattle practitioners asking them to score pain severity for several conditions of cattle and asking about their attitudes towards and use of analgesic medicines. A total of 242 surveys were returned. Male clinicians and those graduating before 1990 scored pain severity significantly lower and were significantly less likely to use NSAIDs. Generally, use of NSAIDs was more common for conditions assigned higher pain scores. However, uptake of NSAID use was much lower for a number of routine procedures in calves than would be expected from the pain scores they were assigned. A need remains to increase use of analgesic products, especially NSAIDs in calves, in line with best practice recommendations.

9 Editorial Bovine respiratory disease in pre-weaned dairy calves: Are current preventative strategies good enough? 2017

Windeyer, M Claire / Timsit, Edouard / Barkema, Herman. ·Department of Production Animal Health, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta T2N 4N1, Canada. Electronic address: c.windeyer@ucalgary.ca. · Department of Production Animal Health, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta T2N 4N1, Canada. ·Vet J · Pubmed #28697870.

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10 Editorial What are the monetary losses by BVDV infection and is control cost-effective? 2017

Laureyns, Jozef. ·Department of Reproduction, Obstetrics, and Herd Health, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ghent University, Salisburylaan 133, B-9820 Merelbeke, Belgium. Electronic address: Jozef.Laureyns@UGent.be. ·Vet J · Pubmed #28671068.

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11 Editorial Abattoir condemnation data remain under-used in decision making. 2017

Stärk, Katharina D C. ·Royal Veterinary College, North Mymms,AL9 7TA, UK; e-mail: katharina.staerk@safoso.ch. ·Vet Rec · Pubmed #28550223.

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12 Editorial Editorial. 2017

Cox, Eric. ·Salisburylaan 133, 9820 Merelbeke, Belgium. Electronic address: Eric.Cox@Ugent.be. ·Vet Microbiol · Pubmed #28527490.

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13 Editorial Editorial. 2017

Machado, Rosangela Zacarias. ·Departamento de Patologia Veterinária, Faculdade de Ciências Agrárias e Veterinárias - FCAV, Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP, Via de acesso Prof. Paulo Donato Castellane, s/n, Zona Rural, CEP 14884-900, Jaboticabal, SP, Brasil. e-mail: zacariascbpv@fcav.unesp.br. ·Rev Bras Parasitol Vet · Pubmed #28403372.

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14 Editorial Time to standardise dry cow therapy terminology. 2017

Hillerton, Eric / Bryan, Mark / Biggs, Andrew / Berry, Elizabeth / Edmondson, Peter. ·163 Flume Road, Cambridge 3496, New Zealand; e-mail: hillerton@outlook.com. · VetSouth, Winton, New Zealand. · The Vale Veterinary Group, The Laurels, Tiverton, Devon EX16 4LF, UK. · Ryelands, Upton Bishop, Herefordshire HR9 7TU, UK. · Udder Wise, East Pennard, Shepton Mallet, Somerset BA4 6UF, UK. ·Vet Rec · Pubmed #28336696.

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15 Editorial Preface. 2017

Lee, Chang-Won / Osorio, Fernando A / Woolums, Amelia R. ·Food Animal Health Research Program, Ohio State University, 1680 Madison Avenue, Wooster, OH 44691, United States. Electronic address: lee.2854@osu.edu. · Nebraska Center for Virology & School of Veterinary & Biomedical Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 111 MOLR, East Campus, Lincoln, NE 68583-0900, United States. Electronic address: fosorio@unl.edu. · Department of Pathobiology and Population Medicine, Mississippi State University, Mississippi State, MS 39762, United States. Electronic address: amelia.woolums@msstate.edu. ·Vet Microbiol · Pubmed #28330692.

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16 Editorial Geography matters: farmer perceptions of a voluntary TB risk-based trading system. 2017

Maye, Damian. ·Countryside and Community Research Institute, University of Gloucestershire, Oxstalls Lane, Longlevens, Gloucester GL2 9HW, UK; e-mail: dmaye@glos.ac.uk. ·Vet Rec · Pubmed #28183890.

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17 Editorial Bovine versus bubaline. 2016

van der Kolk, J H Han. ·a Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Vetsuisse Faculty, Swiss Institute for Equine Medicine (ISME) , University of Bern and Agroscope , Bern , Switzerland. ·Vet Q · Pubmed #27790957.

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18 Editorial A bloody evidence: Is Mycobacterium bovis bacteraemia frequent in cattle?! 2016

Maggioli, Mayara F. ·a Infectious Bacterial Diseases of Livestock Research Unit, National Animal Disease Center, Iowa State University , Ames , IA , USA. · b Department of Veterinary Pathology , College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University , Ames , IA , USA. ·Virulence · Pubmed #27432469.

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19 Editorial Influenza viral vector based Brucella abortus vaccine: a novel vaccine candidate for veterinary practice. 2016

Tabynov, Kaissar. ·a Laboratory of Infectious Disease Prevention , The Research Institute for Biological Safety Problems, Zhambulskaya oblast, Kordaiskiy rayon , Gvardeisky , Republic of Kazakhstan. ·Expert Rev Vaccines · Pubmed #27356589.

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20 Editorial Lumpy skin disease: a direct threat to Europe. 2016

Beard, Pip M. ·OIE Reference Laboratories for Lumpy Skin Disease, Sheeppox and Goatpox, The Pirbright Institute, Ash Road, Pirbright, Surrey GU24 0NF, UK, e-mail: pip.beard@pirbright.ac.uk. ·Vet Rec · Pubmed #27235496.

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21 Editorial Dairy animal health - turning problems into opportunities. 2016

Hillerton, J Eric. ·Massey University,Palmerston North 4442,New Zealand. ·J Dairy Res · Pubmed #27210488.

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22 Editorial Mastitis management: increasing the uptake of veterinary advice. 2016

Reyher, Kristen K. ·School of Veterinary Sciences, University of Bristol, Langford House, Langford, North Somerset BS40 5DU, UK. ·Vet Rec · Pubmed #27127094.

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23 Editorial Editorial. 2016

Machado, Rosangela Zacarias. ·Faculdade de Ciências Agrárias e Veterinárias, Universidade Estadual Paulista, Jaboticabal, SP, Brasil. ·Rev Bras Parasitol Vet · Pubmed #27027549.

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24 Editorial Treatment of clinical mastitis in dairy cattle. 2016

Breen, James. ·Nottingham Veterinary School, Sutton Bonington Campus, Loughborough LE12 5RD, Dr Breen is also affiliated with QMMS Ltd (Wells) and the Orchard Veterinary Group (Glastonbury), e-mail: James.Breen@nottingham.ac.uk. ·Vet Rec · Pubmed #26940415.

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25 Editorial Should we be more concerned about bovine leukemia virus? 2016

Gyles, Carlton. · ·Can Vet J · Pubmed #26834261.

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