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THE PREVALENCE OF PARASITIC INFESTATION OF SMALL RUMINANT FARMS IN PERAK, MALAYSIA.

Helminthiasis due to strongyles such as Haemonchus contortus, coccidiosis caused by Eimeria sp. and blood parasite diseases such as theileriosis by Theileria sp. have been reported to cause severe morbidity and mortality annually in small ruminants in Malaysia. The aims of this

SCREENING OF ZOONOTIC FASCIOLIASIS OF SLAUGHTERED LARGE RUMINANTS IN ABATTOIR IN PERAK, MALAYSIA

Fascioliasis, or trematode infestation, is an important disease caused by Fasciola hepatica and Fasciola gigantica. Both species are hepatic parasites that affect humans. We have examined the zoonotic aspects of fascioliasis. A total of 80 fresh liver samples were collected from

DETECTION OF SARCOCYSTIS spp IN WILD RAT BY HISTOPATHOLOGY

In Malaysia, Sarcocystis spp have been reported from many domestic and wild animals, including domestic and wild rats, moonrats, bandicoots, slow loris, buffalo, monkeys and man. Sarcocystis is a genus of cyst-forming coccidian parasites with obligatory two-host life cycles invo

A SURVEY OF ZOONOTIC PATHOGENS IN STRAY DOG IN IPOH

29 stray dogs in Ipoh were surveyed for zoonotic pathogens.There is many disease agents that can cause disease in multiple species of animals including humans. Dogs are reservoirs, carriers, and transmitters of several zoonotic  disease that are considered serious problems for humans. This s

DETECTION OF SARCOCYSTIS IN RUMINANTS BY HISTOPATHOLOGY

The parasites of genus Sarcocystis are among the most commonly found parasites in domestic ruminants and some species of Sarcocystis can bring significant economic loss when causing clinical and subclinical disease. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of Sarcocystis histological

AEROMONAS HYDROPHILA INFECTION IN TUNTUNG(RIVER TERRAPIN) – A CASE STUDY

Specimens of river terrapin (Batagurbaska) and painted terrapin (Callagurborneonsis) turtles from Wildlife Conservation which died during captive rearing were subjected to complete necropsy. They inhabit estuaries and tidal reaches of medium to large rivers throughout Southeast

SURVEILLANCE OF RABIES BY THE VETERINARY RESEARCH INSTITUTE (VRI) FROM 2006-2010

Rabies is one of the most feared zoonotic diseases in the world. All warm-blooded animals are susceptible to infection by the virus. It is a fatal viral encephalitis and results from infection with viruses belonging to the genusLyssavirus. Animal Rabies Surveillance Programme in Malaysia

DIAGNOSIS OF BRUCELLOSIS AND LEPTOSPIROSIS IN RUMINANTS BY THE VETERINARY RESEARCH INSTITUTE, IPOH

Brucellosis and leptospirosis are two important zoonotic diseases in ruminants which lead to abortion and cause  high economic losses. The data on routine samples submitted from all over Malaysia, for diagnosis in the Veterinary Research Institute in 2009, was analysed to evaluate the curren

ESTIMATION OF SERUM BIOCHEMISTRY REFERENCE VALUES FOR SWISS ALBINO MICE BRED IN VRI

In an attempt to standardise the determination of biological reference values, the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry (IFCC) has published a series of recommendations on developing reference interval. Serum biochemistry reference values were determined for 30 clinically healthy Swiss

SEROPREVALENCE OF BOVINE BRUCELLOSIS FROM 2009 TO 2011

Bovine Brucellosis is cause by Brucella sp. affecting cattle all over the world.  This study was conducted study the trend of Brucellosis from 2009 to 2011 based on the serological data obtained from diagnostic cases in the Veterinary Research Institute. All samples were tested using complem

STATUS OF BRUCELLOSIS AND MELIOIDOSIS IN SMALL RUMINANT FARMS FROM DIFFERENT DISTRICT OF PERAK

Caprine Brucellosis and Melioidosis are caused by Brucella melitensis and Bukholderia pseudomallei respectively. In this study, 5 farms from different district of Perak were selected. Twenty five animals were sampled from each farm. Sampling was done by collecting blood through the jugular vein u

A CASE STUDY OF TRANSPORTATION STRESS IN A PIG

A female pig imported via air was found dead during transportation. Routine postmortem was conducted and laboratory diagnoses was performed. Postmortem findings revealed that the animal was undergone injury and stress during travelling period as well as worsened by E. coli infection in all organs

A MULTISYSTEMIC INFECTION IN A GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG

A three year old German Shepherd dog was presented for necropsy with the history that the dog vomited undigested meat prior to death. Owner suspected the dog had been poisoned by a neighboring factory owner. The dog was reported to be bright and alert before the incidence. External inspection of

PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA SEPTICAEMIA AND MULTIPARASITIC INFESTATION IN A BURMESE PYTHON

A Burmese python (Python bivittatus) was found dead in a petting zoo with no clinical signs and abnormalities observed prior to death. The carcass of the python was submitted to the Veterinary Research institute (VRI) for necropsy. External examination of the carcass revealed distortion of right

PENTASTOMID (ARMILLIFER MONILIFORMIS) INFECTION IN MALAYSIA N BLOOD PYTHON (PYTHON CURTUS)

Carcasses of the Malaysian blood python (Python curtus) was postmortemed in the Veterinary Research Institute, Ipoh.Three worms belonging to the genus Armillifer sp. (larval stage) was identified based on morphological examination. This pentostomid worm has zoonotic implications
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