Malposition of the teeth and protrusion and other mandibula and by odontorthosis to move the neck types of deformity of the mandibula have been pre-and crown of the teeth concerned.Satisfactory revalent among dogs of the small-sized breeds.They sults were always obtained from dogs treated in this were treated surgically by partial excision of the manner.
In December, 1977, a survey on Brucella canis infection was conducted in 315 dogs kept in 9 animal shelters and 4 medical school kennels in the Tohoku area, Japan. The agglutination test was performed by the method of the National Institute of Animal Health, Tokyo (NIAH), with antigen (NIAH) which was heat-killed Br. canis of the QE-13 strain. A titer of 1: 160 or higher was considered to be a positive reaction. As a result, 24 dogs (7.6%) were positive. When blood culture was done by inoculating about 0.2 ml of blood sample onto tryptic soy agar (DIFCO) and incubating aerobically at 37°C for 7 days, Br. canis was isolated from 2 dogs (0.6%). There was no statistically significant difference in seropositive rate between the Pacific side (9.3%) and the Japan Sea side (4.0%) of the Tohoku area. Canine brucellosis was found to be present in all the 6 prefectures of this area.
Severe diarrhea broke out collectively among calves Salmonella typhimurium. Treatment with colistin sulon two rearing farms in Gumma Prefecture. Five fate or ampicillin or both was so effective that diardead calves were examined bacteriologically and rhea was cured, the fatality rate reduced remarkably, histopathologically and proved to be infected with and the rate of discharge of bacteria decreased.
Hematological biochemical tests were conducted on 18 cows affected with fatty necrosis and 12 control cows. As a result, the erythrocyte or leukocyte count or the differential leukocyte count underwent no changes. Hemoglobin and hematocrit were significantly larger in value in the necrotic cows than in the controls. GOT was higher and AL-P lower in the former. The amounts of serum urea nitrogen and blood sugar were significantly smaller in the necrotic cows. Triglyceride was signiflcantly lower in level and free fatty acid higher in these cows. Stearic and linoleic acid were lower and palmitic and oleic acid higher in the necrotic cows than in the controls.