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Browsing Veterinary Science by Title

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  • Stahl, Karl; Sternberg-Lewerin, Susanna; Blome, Sandra; Viltrop, Arvo; Penrith, Mary-Louise; Chenais, Erika (Elsevier, 2019-10)
    African swine fever (ASF) was first described in 1921 as a highly fatal and contagious disease which caused severe outbreaks among settlers’ pigs in British East Africa. Since then the disease has expanded its geographical ...
  • Paweska, Janusz Tadeusz; Jansen van Vuren, Petrus; Fenton, Karla A.; Graves, Kerry; Grobbelaar, Antoinette A.; Moolla, Naazneen; Leman, Patricia; Weyer, Jacqueline; Storm, Nadia; McCulloch, Stewart D.; Scott, Terence Peter; Markotter, Wanda; Odendaal, Lieza; Clift, Sarah J.; Geisbert, Thomas W.; Hale, Martin J.; Kemp, Alan (Oxford University Press, 2015)
    Egyptian fruit bats (Rousettus aegyptiacus) were inoculated subcutaneously (n = 22) with Marburg virus (MARV). No deaths, overt signs of morbidity, or gross lesions was identified, but microscopic pathological changes ...
  • Delsink, Audrey K.; Kirkpatrick, Jay F.; Van Altena, J.J.; Bertschinger, H.J. (Hendrik Jan); Ferreira, Sam M.; Slotow, Robert (American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, 2013-12)
    Opinions are divided as to whether human intervention to control elephant (Loxodonta africana) population growth is desirable, partly because of elephant welfare concerns. Female contraception through immunization with ...
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    Passport photo of Lady Emma Sophie (nee Jegge) Theiler (1861-1951). She married Sir Arnold Theiler in 1893.
  • Unknown (2006-09-20)
    Round photo of Lady Emma Sophie (nee Jegge) Theiler (1861-1951). She married Sir Arnold Theiler in 1893.
  • Dion, Elise; Van Schalkwyk, Louis; Lambin, Eric F. (Elsevier, 2011-03)
    This study aimed at understanding how landscape heterogeneity influences outbreaks of contagious diseases in southern Africa. Landscape attributes influence patterns of movement and behaviour of animal hosts, virus spread ...
  • Botha, C.J. (Christoffel Jacobus); Venter, Elna; University of Pretoria. Faculty of Veterinary Science. Dept. of Paraclinical Sciences. Section Pharmacology and Toxicology (2002)
    DISTRIBUTION: Originally from Central and South America, it is now a serious invading plant. More commonly found in the moist eastern parts of the country. Often cultivated as a garden subject.
  • Unknown; University of Pretoria. Faculty of Veterinary Science. Dept. of Paraclinical Sciences. Section of Pathology (2009-07-10)
    Images of post-mortem cases captured during 1985 - 1994. Departmental references to images uploaded with photo titles indicated the macroscopic lesion (PM) or microscopic slide (S), case number and year.
  • Hartman, Marthinus Jacobus; Kirberger, Robert M.; Tordiffe, A.S.W. (Adrian Stephen Wolferstan); Boy, Sonja Catharina; Schoeman, Johan P. (BMJ Publishing Group, 2015-02)
    This case presents a thorn-induced abdominal foreign body granuloma that was removed with single incision laparoscopic surgery and an extraction bag. An 11-yearold female cheetah presented for routine laparoscopic ovariectomy. ...
  • Van Heerden, Frans G.; Hartman, Marthinus Jacobus; McClure, Vanessa; Kirberger, Robert M. (AOSIS OpenJournals, 2018-11-06)
    A 12-year-old spayed Newfoundland bitch was presented with chronic non-productive vomiting, regurgitation and coughing of six weeks’ duration. On clinical examination, the dog was depressed with no other significant ...
  • Hartman, Marthinus Jacobus; Monnet, Eric; Kirberger, Robert M.; Venter, Leon; Bester, Lynette; Schulman, M.L. (Martin); Serfontein, Tania; Fourie, Retha; Schoeman, Johan P. (Wiley- Blackwell, 2013-05)
    OBJECTIVE : To describe laparoscopic ovariectomy and salpingectomy in the African lioness (Panthera leo). STUDY DESIGN : Descriptive clinical study. ANIMALS : Female lions (n = 16). METHODS : Lionesses were randomly ...
  • Briggs, Peter Hall (University of Pretoria, 2008-09-26)
    The aim of this study was to investigate the viability of laparoscopic testicular artery ligation as an alternative to the more conventional castration methods in equids. Twelve intact male donkeys varying in age from 5 ...
  • Marais, Hendrik J.; Hendrickson, Dean A.; Stetter, Mark; Zuba, Jeffrey R.; Penning, Mark; Siegal-Willott, Jess; Hardy, Christine (American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, 2013-12)
    Several small, enclosed reserves in southern Africa are experiencing significant elephant population growth, which has resulted in associated environmental damage and changes in biodiversity. Although several techniques ...
  • Mitchell, Duncan; Hetem, Robyn; Maloney, Shane; Meyer, Leith; Snelling, Ned; Strauss, Maartin; Fuller, Andrea (2019-08-22)
    The fossil record reveals that it has been the largest mammals that have been the mammals most at risk in previous major global warming events, and they are likely to also be most at risk in the current anthropogenic event, ...
  • Van Schalkwyk, Erika; Iyaloo, Samantha; Naicker, Serisha D.; Maphanga, Tsidiso G.; Mpembe, Ruth S.; Zulu, Thokozile G.; Mhlanga, Mabatho; Mahlangu, Sibongile; Maloba, Motlatji B.; Ntlemo, Grace; Sanyane, Kgomotso; Mawela, Dini; Govender, Nelesh P. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2018-07)
    Candidemia is a major cause of healthcare-associated infections. We describe a large outbreak of Candida krusei bloodstream infections among infants in Gauteng Province, South Africa, during a 4-month period; a series of ...
  • Mai, H.M. (Hassan Mohammed); Irons, Pete Charles; Kabir, Junaidu; Thompson, P.N. (Peter N.) (BioMed Central, 2012-08-25)
    BACKGROUND: This study was carried out to investigate the status of brucellosis in cattle under various management systems in Adamawa, Kaduna and Kano states, northern Nigeria. Using multi-stage sampling, serum samples ...
  • Mukandiwa, Lillian; Eloff, Jacobus Nicolaas; Naidoo, Vinny (Elsevier, 2015-09)
    The Aedes aegypti mosquito is a vector of various diseases in both humans and livestock.Mosquito control focuses on reducing the longevity as well as the population of mosquitoes to lessen their damage on human and ...
  • Penfold, Miles John; Van der Zee, Johannes; Hartman, Marthinus Jacobus (BMJ Publishing Group, 2019-04)
    A 2.4-kg, six-year-old, sterilised, male Pomeranian presented with dyspnoea that had begun two years prior and slowly progressed. Pharyngoscopy identified a redundant laryngopharyngeal mucosal fold that was being aspirated ...
  • Botha, C.J. (Christoffel Jacobus); Venter, Elna; University of Pretoria. Faculty of Veterinary Science. Dept. of Paraclinical Sciences. Section Pharmacology and Toxicology (2002)
    DISTRIBUTION: Grows everywhere, but especially in vleis. Flowers whenever it rains. Western Cape around Boland, Eastern Cape, Karoo, Free State, Gauteng and Mpumalanga. Not found in Kwazulu – Natal. Botanical description: ...
  • Unknown; University of Pretoria. Faculty of Veterinary Science. Dept. of Paraclinical Sciences. Section of Pathology (2010-02-25)
    Images of post-mortem cases captured during 1985. Departmental references to images uploaded with photo titles indicated the macroscopic lesion (PM) or microscopic slide (S), case number and year.