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Parasitic and bacterial pulmonary diseases of goats

, : Parasitic and bacterial pulmonary diseases of goats. Les maladies de la chevre Colloque International, Niort, France, 9-11 octobre 1984: 297-308

The pathology, epidemiology and control of pulmonary hydatidosis, dictyocauliasis and protostrongylid (Muellerius capillaris, Protostrongylus rufescens, Cystocaulus ocreatus and Neostrongylus linearis) infections in goats are outlined with particular reference to the situation in France.

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