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Dermatite ulcerosa em bovinos provocada por Stephanofilaria

by Novaes, A.P. de; Costa, A.J. Dos S; Barboza, R.T; Moreira, D. de P; Ruzza, F.J. de.
Publisher: Ago 1988Subject(s): ENFERMEDADES DE LOS ANIMALES | ENFERMEDADES (PIEL) | HELMINTOS | STEPHANOFILARIA | DERMATITIS | GANADO DE LECHE | SINTOMAS DE ENFERMEDADES (ANIMALES) | CONTROL DE ENFERMEDADES | BRASIL | ANIMAL DISEASES | HELMINTHS | STEPHANOFILARIA | DERMATITIS | DAIRY CATTLE | DISEASE CONTROL | BRAZIL | MALADIE DES ANIMAUX | HELMINTHE | STEPHANOFILARIA | DERMATITE | BOVIN LAITIER | CONTROLE DE MALADIES | BRESIL In: Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira (Brasil) v. 23(8) p. 927-929Summary: In a dairy cattle herd located at Sao Carlos, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil, five cases of ulcer dermatitis were observed and the etiological agent identified as Stephanofilaria spp. The lesions were found at the failhead, udder, thigh and rump. The diagnosis was done by scrapings and imprints obtained from both scratching and skin of the ulcer edge, stained with Giemsa and also with Congo red, the latter allowing better visualitation of the parasite. The cure was obtained with triclorfon in a period of fifteen days
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In a dairy cattle herd located at Sao Carlos, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil, five cases of ulcer dermatitis were observed and the etiological agent identified as Stephanofilaria spp. The lesions were found at the failhead, udder, thigh and rump. The diagnosis was done by scrapings and imprints obtained from both scratching and skin of the ulcer edge, stained with Giemsa and also with Congo red, the latter allowing better visualitation of the parasite. The cure was obtained with triclorfon in a period of fifteen days

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