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Title: A study on prevalence of various diseases of cattle at Zilla Sadar, Rangamati district, Bangladesh
Authors: Talukder, Himel
Keywords: Prevalence, Parasitic infection, Malnutrition, Bloat, Tick infestation
Issue Date: Dec-2015
Publisher: A Clinical report presented in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
Abstract: The study was conducted at Zilla Veterinary Hospital of Rangamati district to determine the different diseases of cattle over two months period starting from 13th January 2015 to 15th March, 2015.A total of 147 cases were recorded where the number of cattle(calves, cows and bulls) were respectively. The animal diseases were categorized into four classes namely digestive, respiratory, urogenital and integumentary system on the basis of parasitic, bacterial, viral and others.. The diseases were diagnosed tentatively using anamnesis. Parasitic infestations were predominant for all species followed by multi-factorial (others), bacterial diseases respectively. The high prevalence of parasitic infection reported in cattle was 27.89% (41) whereas the malnutrition 13.61%(20),bloat 9.52%(14) and tick infestation 8.84%(13) respectively. Frequency of diseases according to age and sex elaborate that on the below 6 month are digestive (13), respiratory (8), urogenital (37) and integumentary(15) with the value of p(0.02,0.042) respectively.
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