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Tropical Animal Health and Production

, Volume 3, Issue 4, pp 203–207 | Cite as

The haematology and histopathology ofTrypanosoma congolense infection in cattle

Part 3: Discussion and conclusions
  • Dennis C. Naylor
Article

Summary

The experimental findings are discussed as a whole in relation to the findings of other workers. The conclusion is drawn that the development of a primary anaemia of exceptional character complicated by haemodilution, plays a very important part in the pathogenesis ofT. congolense infection in cattle.

Keywords

Public Health Experimental Finding Veterinary Medicine Exceptional Character Congolense Infection 
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Résumé

Le résultat des expériences sont discutées comme un tout en relation avec les résultats d’autres chercheurs. La conclusion étant que le dévelopment d’une anémie primaire de caractère exeptionnel compliqué d’hémodilution, joue un rôle très important dans la pathogenèse de cette maladie.

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© E. & S. Livingstone 1971

Authors and Affiliations

  • Dennis C. Naylor
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  1. 1.East African Trypanosomiasis Research OrganisationTororoUganda, East Africa

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