by The Association in Madison, Wis., USA (6101 Mineral Point Rd., Madison 53705) .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Clyde A. Kirkbride.|
|Contributions||Kirkbride, Clyde A., American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians. Committee on Fetal and Placental Diseases.|
|LC Classifications||SF887 .L33 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||176 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||84249531|
The titles of the 2 former editions of this report of a special committee of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians were entitled Laboratory Diagnosis of Bovine Abortion (1st ed) and Laboratory Diagnosis of Abortion in Food Animals (2nd ed). This third edition includes horses and so the title has been changed yet again. However, the cornerstone of consistent abortion diagnosis will continue to be close cooperation among livestock managers, clinicians, and laboratory diagnosticians to uncover all clues that may lead to a specific diagnosis. The basis for bovine and ovine abortion is diverse and includes genetic, thermal, nutritional, toxic and infectious causes. Presents the latest methods for laboratory diagnosis of bovine, porcine, equine, and ovine abortion as well as descriptions of the characteristics of abortions and the lesions caused. Laboratory diagnosis of abortion in food animals: a special report / By Clyde A. Kirkbride and American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians. Committee on Fetal and Placental Diseases.
California Animal Health & Food Safety Laboratory, DAHFS—Davis Lab, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, CA, USA Search for more papers by this author Book Editor(s). California Animal Health & Food Safety Laboratory, CAHFS—Tulare Lab, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Turlock, CA, USA Search for more papers by this author Book . When there is abortion, should be referred to the placenta and the foetus (paying attention to the foetal brain), cooling temperature, as soon as possible to enable the laboratory diagnosis for toxoplasmosis. Submissions will be used for histopathology associated or not with immunohistochemical tissues with compatible lesions [ 8 ]. An abortion in a dog canl result due to a termination of the pregnancy by the veterinarian as requested by the owner. The spontaneous event of unplanned abortion is known as a miscarriage. There are numerous reasons why a planned termination of pregnancy may be necessary, such as protection of the health of the mother or accidental mismating of.
Improving the success rate of abortion diagnosis Josepha DeLay, Murray Hazlett, Maria Spinato, Andrew Brooks, Jim Fairles Identifying the cause of abortion in domestic animals is important so that measures can be taken to prevent additional losses and avoid significant economic impact at . A quick guide to appropriately selecting and interpreting laboratory tests, Small Animal Clinical Diagnosis by Laboratory Methods, 5th Edition helps you utilize your in-house lab or your specialty reference lab to efficiently make accurate diagnoses without running a plethora of unnecessary and low-yield tests. It provides answers to commonly asked questions relating to laboratory tests, and. Progress 10/01/05 to 09/30/06 Outputs Fifty-three cases of bovine spontaneous abortion, stillbirth or perinatal death were examined by veterinary pathologists at the Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory at Purdue University or at the branch laboratory in the Southern Indiana Purdue Agricultural Center (SIPAC) in Dubois County, Indiana, from. From the Back Cover Presents the latest methods for laboratory diagnosis of bovine, porcine, equine, and ovine abortion as well as descriptions of the characteristics of .