Krešimir Severin

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Pathological alterations in the permanent tusks of twenty male wild boars are presented. The animals were taken during regular hunting operations in the hunting area " Moslavina'' near Garešnica (18 cases) and in hunting grounds near the Croatian/Bosnian border (Dvor na Uni, 1 case) and in Dalmatia (Vrgorac, 1 case). Tusk alterations comprised complete tusk(More)
Neoplastic diseases are among the leading health concerns in medicine. As such, epidemiological studies considering canine tumours are benefi cial in understanding the patterns of tumour occurrence. The aim of this study was to analyze data on the occurrence of canine tumours in Croatia. a total of 1568 tumours were diagnosed after routine biopsy submission(More)
Over a period of fi ve years (2002-2007) a total of 351 wild boar (Sus scrofa) serum samples were collected during regular hunting procedures. All samples were tested by microscopic agglutination test (MAT) for the presence of specifi c antibodies (AB) to 12 Leptospira spp. serovars. At different sera dilutions (ranging from 100 to 3200) 112 samples (31.9%)(More)
Certain indicators of hare population dynamics (Lepus europaeus Pallas, 1778) were analyzed during the 2004/2005 hunting season in 5 hunting grounds of northwestern Croatia. Selected areas included both lowland and mountain habitats. In that period 279 eyes were collected following the regular hunting operations for the purpose of age determination(More)
BACKGROUND Testicular tumors are the most common genital neoplasms in male dogs, with Leydig cell tumors (LCT), seminomas (SEM), and Sertoli cell tumors (SCT) the most common forms. Human SEM are classified as classical (CSEM) or spermatocytic (SSEM). Intratubular germ cell neoplasia of undifferentiated origin (IGCNU) is another form of human testicular(More)
Mikulec: Effects of early castration on production performance, serum lipids, fatty acid profile and desaturation indexes in male chicken broilers fed a diet with increased fat content. abSTracT This paper analyses the effect of early caponisation, at 18 days, on the production performance, lipid metabolism and fatty acid profile of fattening broilers fed(More)
The effects of caponisation on live weight, weight gain, carcass characteristics and blood plasma values of pheasants were examined. Eighty pheasants reared in feathered game nurserie were included in experiment. The birds were castrated at 8 or 12 weeks of age. The age of castration up to 12 weeks showed complete testicular regeneration while when(More)
Fifteen live-trapped red deer (Cervus elaphus L.) were immobilized during January 2002 in the Baranja region of Croatia. The main purpose of the manipulation was the first individual treatment of red deer against trematode Fascioloides magna. Tiletamine-zolazepam-xylazine hydrochloride combination (Zo-Ro) was used in this trial for immobilization. Safe and(More)
  • Lejla Krkalić, Edin Šatrović, Nazif Varatanović, Petar Džaja, Krešimir Severin, L Krkalić +5 others
  • 2016
An epidemiological study was carried out to determine the seroprevalence of Chlamydia abortus (C. abortus) in sheep in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This was the fi rst systematic study of this kind carried out in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Samples were collected during 2012 and 19 sheep fl ocks, located in the different parts of the country and with a recorded(More)
Monitoring of the faecal glucocorticoid metabolites (fGCM) of various wildlife species has become an important non-invasive tool for wildlife managers that enables them to understand the infl uences of the season, sex, age and physiological status on the animal's organism and to discover potential stressors in order to adjust management practices and thus(More)