Friedemann Schulze

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This study contains the largest body of epidemiological data on Werdnig-Hoffmann disease (acute infantile spinal muscular atrophy; ASMA) in West-Thüringen in Germany. The incidence of ASMA was calculated to be 1 in 10202 live births. The prevalence was 1 in 595362 of the general population (as of 31 December 1987). The study gives an unexpectedly high(More)
This study presents the most extensive epidemiological data on chronic forms of spinal muscular atrophy in childhood (CSMA) in West-Thüringen in Germany. The incidence of CSMA was calculated to be 1 in 9,420 live births. The prevalence was 1.624 in 100,000 of the general population (as of 31 December 1980).
  • F Schulze
  • 1992
The modified Preston medium allows the isolation of C. jejuni, C. coli and C. fetus subsp. fetus from intestinal samples of calves at an incubation temperature of 37 degrees C. In the first series of investigation, Campylobacter excretion in calves (n = 7) was followed up to the age of 4 months. In the first 4 days of life, these bacteria could not be(More)
The mucosa of the abomasum is a strongly acidic and therefore germ poor, but not entirely germfree environment. Only in isolated areas of the fundic glands zone were straight rods in the foveolas, and even more seldom spiral shaped bacteria could be encountered. They had no relation to the inflammatory infiltrates. On the other hand, Campylobacter-like(More)
Pathological-anatomical and histological investigations were performed in 49 calves aged from 1 to 18 days, 26 of them being affected by diarrhoea, 23 being without clinical signs. In both the groups above all rhinitis, gastritis and typhlocolitis could be observed, thus the affection could be characterized as rhinogastrocolitis. Significant differences(More)
In veterinary medicine since the beginning of the seventieth several derivatives of imidazole are mainly and successfully used for therapy of pig dysentery. Daily metronidazole doses of 25-100 mg/kg body mass resulted in no provable effect on the normal quantitative composition of the germ flora of healthy porkers. Even in such high doses of 100 mg/kg body(More)
Studies were conducted into the quantitative composition of the gastro-intestinal flora in clinically intact store pigs. The methods are described in greater detail, followed by presentation of results. In the discussion particular reference is made to literature. Conclusions are drawn regarding the topographic distribution of the various germ groups in the(More)
Quantitative germ flora analyses were applied to 22 SPF piglets, aged between four hours and 14 days, to follow up the development of their gastro-intestinal flora. The development of a fairly stable gastro-intestinal flora was delayed. Escherichia coli strains were isolated from SPF piglets which had died following diarrhoea and septicaemia, but they did(More)