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[systematic research on mycoses. results and considerations on a large and systematic epidemiologic survey of histoplasmosis in the region of lombardy and venetia]. 19724674892
tick-borne diseases in ruminants of central and southern italy: epidemiology and case reports.sera and blood from cattle and sheep were examined for the presence of babesia and theileria spp by microscopy and serology at the parasitology department of the istituto zooprofilattico sperimentale of abruzzo and molise (izsam). of the 47 bovine herds (323 animals) tested, 15 were found positive for babesia bigemina and 1 for babesia bovis. two outbreaks occurred, one caused by b. bigemina and one by b. bovis. the b. bigemina outbreak occurred in abruzzo and has been followed for two years. th ...199911071553
the lido as venice's refuse tip: dalmatian sheep and the 1819 elephant.the lido of venice is an island twelve kilometers long and between a hundred and one thousand meters wide. the citizans of venice and many turists can't imagine today, what lido was some centuries ago initially totally sandy, it was fertilized by means of a continuous supply of venice's garbage (the "scoasse"). in addition to the "scoasse", damaged foodstuffs and the waste of the vegetable market were also sent to the lido. other fertilisers originated from the dung of the cattle and sheep arriv ...200415307245
preliminary data on echinococcus granulosus (batsch, 1786) in dogs from lombardia and marche regions (northern and central italy). 200416044716
elaphostrongylus cervi in a population of red deer ( cervus elaphus) and evidence of cerebrospinal nematodiasis in small ruminants in the province of varese, italy.thirty-one faecal samples were collected from red deer in the northern area of varese, in the italian region of lombardy, between august and october 2008. the animals had either been hunted or accidently killed. examination for internal parasites showed a prevalence of 45.2% for elaphostrongylus cervi larvae and species identification was confirmed by polymerase chain reaction (pcr). ninety-seven faecal samples were also collected from two goat flocks grazing in the same area between december 20 ...201020923583
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