Journal of Tuberculosis Research, 2017,5,77-80 Pathology of Tuberculosis in Camels (Camelus dromedaries) in the Sudan. CDC EID - MARS 2017 - Au sommaire notamment: Mycobacterium bovis in a Free-Ranging Black Rhinoceros, Kruger National Park, South Africa, 2016. Author affiliations: Stellenbosch University, Cape Town, South Africa (M.A.
Miller, P.D. van Helden, S.D.C. Parsons); South African National Parks, Skukuza, South Africa (P.E. Buss) Highlight and copy the desired format. Abstract In 2016, an emaciated black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) was found in Kruger National Park, South Africa. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases 17/02/15 Serological Follow-up of Tuberculosis in a Wild Boar Population in Contact with Infected Cattle. Brazilian Journal of Microbiology Volume 48, Issue 1, January–March 2017, Infection by Mycobacterium bovis in a dog from Brazil. Abstract Tuberculosis (TB) is a chronic disease caused by bacteria belonging to the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MtbC).
This disease rarely affects dogs. Canine infections are usually caused by M. tuberculosis. Mycobacterium bovis infections are rare in dogs and associated with consumption of raw milk or contaminated products. Here, we report a Boxer dog who had a M. bovis infection and was admitted to a Brazilian veterinary hospital with a presumptive diagnosis of chronic ehrlichiosis. Keywords. BMC VETERINARY RESEARCH 15/08/14 Bovine tuberculosis slaughter surveillance in the United States 2001–2010: assessment of its traceback investigation function. Slaughter surveillance and its associated traceback investigations play a crucial role in the U.S. bovine TB eradication program because it is the primary tool for identifying bovine TB cases and infected herds ,.
The results of our study confirm the concerns previously expressed by other authors ,,- with regard to the ability to trace confirmed bovine TB cases from slaughter to their herd of origin in the U.S. The overall proportion of bovine TB cases successfully traced back to a herd of origin (35%) found in our study (83% and 13% for adult and fed cases respectively) is lower than the 50-70% success “rate” cited by Kaneene et al.  and is lower than other countries. For example, Mexico reported 80.5%, 89.55%, and 90.29% success in tracing bovine TB cases from slaughter back to the herd of origin for 2009, 2010, and 2011, respectively (Reyes, J.A.G. 2011. Unpublished observations. NealsYardDairyFilms via YOUTUBE 21/11/14 Progress towards new testing methods for M bovis: Bovine TB: why is it such a problem to control?
JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE DISEASES - 2017 - LIMITED ANTIBODY EVIDENCE OF EXPOSURE TO MYCOBACTERIUM BOVIS IN FERAL SWINE (SUS SCROFA) IN THE USA. PLOS 10/01/17 Tuberculosis Detection in Paratuberculosis Vaccinated Calves: New Alternatives against Interference. Abstract Paratuberculosis vaccination in cattle has been restricted due to its possible interference with the official diagnostic methods used in tuberculosis eradication programs.
To overcome this drawback, new possibilities to detect Mycobacterium bovis infected cattle in paratuberculosis vaccinated animals were studied under experimental conditions. III Congreso Argentine de Zoonosis - JUNIO 2014 - A One Health approach for controlling tuberculosis in animals and humans. FRONTIERS IN VETERINARY SCIENCE 11/11/15 Tuberculosis and One Health – What is in a Name? Introduction Most control programs for bovine tuberculosis include reporting to both veterinary and public health authorities, and measures to prevent transmission from animals to humans.
On the other hand, reporting of human cases to veterinary authorities is rare, unless an animal source is suspected. Exchange of data and strategic discussions between veterinary and public health authorities would strengthen tuberculosis surveillance in both animal and human populations. A One Health approach is clearly warranted for tuberculosis. The disease has similarly serious consequences for humans and a broad range of animal species, and it has been strongly advocated as a One Health issue (1).
VETERINARY RESEARCH FORUM - WINTER 2015 - Concurrent atypical diffused tuberculosis and macrorhabdosis in a canary (Serinus canaria) Introduction Avian tuberculosis is a contagious chronic bacterial disease;1 most often caused by Mycobacterium avium-intracellulare known as M. avium complex2 and M. genavense.2-6 However, several mycobacterial species, such as M. avium7-9 M. tuberculosis,10,11 M.
Bovis, M. fortuitum, M. gordonae and M. nonchromogenicum2 have been isolated from exotic and pet birds. Different species of Mycobacterium are responsible for various progressive diseases in human especially in immunocompromised hosts and are refractory to treatment.12 In this article, we presented a case of canary atypical tuberculosis with concurrent mycotic gastritis due to M. ornithogaster infection. Case Description. International Journal of Mycobacteriology Volume 4, Supplement 1, March 2015, Bovine tuberculosis in Iran: The past, present and future of a national disease control program. Veterinary Research 2013, 44:97 (16 October 2013) Age-dependent patterns of bovine tuberculosis in cattle. Data Great Britain has a rich BTB dataset dating back to the 1950s when the first test-and-slaughter scheme was introduced to control disease .
Herd-level test results for test-negative herds and animal-level test results for reactor cattle, inconclusive reactor cattle and tests resulting from contact tracing are contained in the database VetNet, collated and managed by the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency (AHVLA), which is part of the UK department for Food, the Environment and Rural Affairs (Defra). Cattle demographic and movement data are contained within Cattle Tracing System (CTS). Introduced in 1996, the CTS contains the births, movements and deaths of all registered cattle in Great Britain, cattle data (sex, breed) and location data .
The CTS is run by the British Cattle Movement Service (BCMS), also part of Defra. Herd test types All herds in GB are subject to regular SICCT testing at a frequency determined by the local incidence of infection [6,15]. Turk J Vet Anim Sci (2013) 37: 153-159 Rapid and simultaneous detection of Mycobacterium bovis and Mycobacterium avium subsp. pa. CDC EID – JUIN 2013 – Au sommaire:Novel Mycobacterium tuberculosis Complex Isolate from a Wild Chimpanzee. Skip directly to local search Skip directly to A to Z list Skip directly to navigation Skip directly to site content Skip directly to page options CDC Home CDC 24/7: Saving Lives.
Utrecht University - 2013 - Thèse en ligne : Tuberculosis in African lions. CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FOOD & AGRICULTURE - JULY 2012 - The Future of the National Bovine Tuberculosis Program. ACTA VET. BRNO, 54,1985: 217-222 TUBERCULOUS LESIONS IN SLAUGHTER PIGS FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF FOOD HYGIENE. Epidemiol. Infect. (2011), 139, 105–112. Bovine tuberculosis: making a case for effective surveillance. Comparison of histologic techniques for the diagnosis of bovine tuberculosis in the framework of eradication programs. Abstract Rapid diagnosis of tuberculosis in cattle reacting positive in antemortem assays is crucial in countries where eradication programs are operated to confirm the presence of the infection in tuberculosis-free herds.
This study evaluated the accuracy of histopathologic examination by hematoxylin and eosin and Ziehl-Neelsen (ZN) staining applied in this framework, when suspected lesions are caused by low infectious doses and are detected in early stages of the disease. For this purpose, histologic methods were compared with mycobacterial culture as reference test on suspected lymph node samples from 173 cattle reacting positive in antemortem tests. The Veterinary Record 163:43-47 (2008) Patterns of lesions of bovine tuberculosis in wild red deer and wild boar. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2012, 9, 2045-2056; Molecular Detection and Drug Resistance of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Co. PLOS 13/08/12 Impact of Imperfect Test Sensitivity on Determining Risk Factors: The Case of Bovine Tuberculosis. Citation: Szmaragd C, Green LE, Medley GF, Browne WJ (2012) Impact of Imperfect Test Sensitivity on Determining Risk Factors: The Case of Bovine Tuberculosis.
PLoS ONE 7(8): e43116. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0043116 Editor: Frank Emmert-Streib, Queen’s University Belfast, United Kingdom Received: May 30, 2012; Accepted: July 16, 2012; Published: August 13, 2012 Copyright: © Szmaragd et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Veterinary Medicine International Volume 2012 (2012), Tuberculosis in Humans and Cattle in Jigawa State, Nigeria: Risk Factors A.
Revue Méd. Vét., 2013, 164, 2, 60-66 Detection of Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis from sheep lymph nodes by PCR.