traditional methods used for controlling animal diseases in ancient times in iran, infectious diseases of animals and human beings were referred to as choleraic diseases. rhazes (9th century), followed by avicenna (10th century), jorjani (11th century) and others, had specific opinions on the cause and effect relationship in these diseases, which recall the fermentation theory of louis pasteur. in ancient iran, the methods adopted for veterinary procedures were those of general theoretical and practical medicine, including the humoral theory, accurate ...19948038455
echinococcus granulosus infection of farm dogs of iran.the prevalence and distribution of echinococcus granulosus in sheepdogs was studied in 13 provinces of iran, where 90% of the iranian sheep and goat populations and, thus, sheepdogs are found. worms were found in 27.17% of 390 dogs successfully purged with 4 mg/kg arecoline hydrobromide. the highest prevalence was detected in dogs from the rural areas of isfahan (central part of iran) and the lowest, in dogs from those of sistan (southeast iran). the frequency distribution of e. granulosus was o ...19989521009
status of haemaphysalis tick infestation in domestic ruminants in iran.the geographical distribution and ecological preferences of haemaphysalis in domestic animals in iran were studied 4 times a year from april 2003 to march 2005. a total of 1,622 ixodid tick specimens were collected from 3 different zones. among them, 108 (6.7%) haemaphysalis ticks, consisting of 6 species, were identified; h. punctata (3.4%), h. parva (0.5%), h. sulcata (0.6%), h. choldokovskyi (1.7%), h. concinna (0.06%) and haemaphysalis sp. (0.6%). h. punctata was the most abundant species, w ...200717570976
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