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ASSOCIATION OF VETERINARY INSPECTORS OF N.S.W. PROCEEDINGS


1984 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Bovine Enterocolitis (associated with Yersinia pseudotuberculosis)
by D.B. UNGER, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, CASINO
Disease in cattle associated with Yersinia (Pasteurella) pseudotuberculosis is a recognised clinical entity overseas but has been rarely if ever reported in Australia Read More

Problems Associated With Paterson's Curse
by J.B. Kemp, B.V.Sc., Dip. A.H., M.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, FORBES
The first introductions of Paterson's Curse (Echium) into Australia were probably in the 1800s when plants (seeds) were brought intentionally from the British Isles Read More

Diseases of Fish I
by Dr. F.R. Doughty, B.V.Sc., PhD., Director, Animal Quarantine, Dept. of Agriculture, SYDNEY
Aquatic animals are acutely sensitive to slight changes in water quality and the effect of these changes are exacerbated in artificial situations such as aquaria and ponds Read More

Diseases of Fish II
by Dr. F.R. Doughty, B.V.Sc., PhD., Director, Animal Quarantine, Dept. of Agriculture, SYDNEY
The severity and sensitivity of the fish to stress depend on the nature of the enterprise, so a highly intensive fish farm has little room or tolerance before an additional stress situation will cause a significant loss Read More

Abortions & Stillbirths Associated With Mucosal Disease Virus
by I.H. MACKAY, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, CONDOBOLIN
My first introduction to this problem was two weak calves presented at the office a week apart Read More

Johne's Disease in Goats
by S. LOVE, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, ARMIDALE
Johne's disease, also known as paratuberculosis, is a chronic infectious enteritis of cattle, sheep and goats, caused by the bacterium Mycobacterium paratuberculosis Read More

Clinical and Post-Mortem Aspects of Johne's Disease in Goats
by S. LOVE, B.V.Sc., Veterinary Inspector, ARMIDALE
Since the establishment in 1974 of a control facility at Glenfield for the culture of M. paratuberculosis, Johne's Disease has been confirmed in NSW in cattle, goats and sheep Read More


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