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Studies on some aspects of bovine babesiosis



Studies on some aspects of bovine babesiosis



Indian Journal of Animal Health 18(2): 21-24



A study of the cases of bovine babesiosis submitted to the Bihar Veterinary College clinic for treatment showed that most of the affected animals were young cattle (2 to 5 years) of either sex. Babesia bigemina was the causative organism in all cases. Clinical symptoms in acute cases included a high rise in body temperature, anaemia, jaundice, weakness and haemoglobinuria, whereas in sub-clinical cases only a mild increase in body temperature was observed.

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