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  • BUFFALO;BUBALUS BUBALIS;EPIDEMIOLOGY;TUBERCULOSIS;WATER BUFFALO;BRAZIL

  • Survey of tuberculosis infection in slaughtered buffaloes, coming mainly form Marajo Island farms, Para state, Brazil, allowed observations of characteristics and epidemic aspects of the disease in the Amazon basin. The prevalence rate of the disease was 7.7 percent, 72.1 percent of the lesions were localized, 27.9 percent generalized and more than 50 percent of infected animals were males. The greatest number of infected animals, which had the highest disease infection, came from Chaves County in the micro region of Campos de Marajo. Hot and humid climate, high rainfall index, pastures flooded with low support capacity and nutritional quality and long animal permanency in the breeding (Higher than 300 days breastfeding) seemed to favor the infection, maintenance and spread of the disease among animals.

  • [1] Jose de Arimatea Freitas (School of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Agrarian Sciences of Para, (Brazil))
    [2] Jose Cezar Panetta (University of Sao Paulo, (Brazil). Veterinar Medicine and Zootecnic Faculty)

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Jose de Arimatea Freitas and Jose Cezar Panetta. (2002). Some epidemiological aspects of tuberculosis in water buffaloes in the Amazon basin of Brazil.  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 21 (4) ,75-82


Jose de Arimatea Freitas and Jose Cezar Panetta. "Some epidemiological aspects of tuberculosis in water buffaloes in the Amazon basin of Brazil" Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 21, 2002, 75-82.

Jose de Arimatea Freitas and Jose Cezar Panetta. (2002). Some epidemiological aspects of tuberculosis in water buffaloes in the Amazon basin of Brazil.  Buffalo Bulletin (Thailand), 21 (4) ,75-82