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Toxoplasmosis in sheep. Epidemiological studies in flocks with reproductive loss from toxoplasmosis



Toxoplasmosis in sheep. Epidemiological studies in flocks with reproductive loss from toxoplasmosis



Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 18(1): 91-97



The epidemiology of toxoplasmosis in Norway was studied in 51 flocks with reproductive loss from the infection. Overt toxoplasmosis was diagnosed on neighbouring farms on 6 occasions, involving a total of 15 flocks. In 14 of the 51 flocks the frequency of abortion was highest in a definite part or age group of the flock. Evidence was found that the source of infection may be confined to a particular part of an area or of a farm.

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