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Bovine trypanomiasis in South-Western Uganda: packed-cell volumes and prevalence of infection in the cattle.
(Animals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 2004)
Following confirmed cases of trypanosomiasis (‘nagana’) and reports of trypanosome-attributable deaths among local cattle, a cross-sectional study was undertaken to determine the prevalence of bovine infection with ...
Packed cell volume as a measure of procine health and the implication on the control of sleeping sickness in Uganda
(Trakia University, 2003)
Information about pig health in Uganda is greatly lacking and recent studies have indicated a high prevalence of trypanosome infections among pigs kept in tsetse infested and trypanosomosis endemic areas of Southern Uganda. ...