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Trypanosomosis in Ethiopia
- G. Abebe
- 26 January 2007
This data indicates that Tsetse fly infestation in Ethiopia is more a threat to livestock than to human health because of the high prevalence of trypanosomosis in the population.
Biting flies and Trypanosoma vivax infection in three highland districts bordering lake Tana, Ethiopia.
Multiple-drug resistant Trypanosoma congolense populations in village cattle of Metekel district, north-west Ethiopia.
Evaluation of Deltamethrin applications in the control of tsetse and trypanosomosis in the southern rift valley areas of Ethiopia.
Epidemiology of Bovine Trypanosomosis in the Abay (Blue Nile) Basin Areas of Northwest Ethiopia
The regression analysis indicated that the herd average PCV decreased with the increasing prevalence of trypanosome infections in both seasons, and was significantly higher in the lowland areas than in the midland areas in both the late rainy season and the dry season.
Serological and parasitological survey of dourine in the Arsi–Bale highlands of Ethiopia
- A. Hagos, G. Abebe, P. Büscher, B. Goddeeris, F. Claes
- Biology, MedicineTropical Animal Health and Production
- 1 April 2010
Different characteristic signs of dourine were observed and lameness in one or both legs, partial dragging and stiffness of the hind legs and incoordination were the dominant signs observed as nervous form of the disease.
Application of field methods to assess isometamidium resistance of trypanosomes in cattle in western Ethiopia.
Comparative clinico-haematological analysis in young Zebu cattle experimentally infected with Trypanosoma vivax isolates from tsetse infested and non-tsetse infested areas of Northwest Ethiopia
- Shimelis Dagnachew, Melkamu Bezie, G. Terefe, G. Abebe, J. Barry, B. Goddeeris
- Biology, MedicineActa Veterinaria Scandinavica
- 19 May 2015
Clinical signs and significant reduction in haematological values in the infected groups indicated the pathogenicity of the T. vivax parasites can be considered as nearly as important as that of its counterpart derived from the tsetse infested area.
Seroprevalence of contagious caprine pleuropneumonia in Borana and Guji lowlands, Southern Ethiopia
The questionnaire survey has revealed that contact at watering points, restocking, lack of veterinary service, and large flock size were the major factors for the spread and occurrence of the disease in the area.