Category Archives: Parasitology

The sheep of Bas-Berry and liver fluke disease from the end of the 18th to the middle of the 20th century

Nicolas BARON Professeur agrégé d’Histoire-Géographie au Lycée Curie (Châteauroux), 23, rue Berlioz 36000 Châteauroux Adopting the “animal point of view” conceptualized by Eric Baratay, this article attempts to reconstruct the lives of sheep from Indre faced with liver fluke … Continue reading

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Overview of fish parasites and diseases before the 20th century

by Jean Blancou† et Pierre de Kinkelin, Docteurs vétérinaires, Adel. A review of the data available on aquatic animal diseases, from Antiquity to the end of the 19th century. In Antiquity, most of the authors were just content with … Continue reading

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Ovine pathology in the Sologne (France): The aqueous cachexy and the so-called “red disease”, two diseases that have lasted impression

by Bernard Heude, Docteur vétérinaire, Docteur en histoire, Adel. Two diseases of wool animals are outstanding for the Sologne inhabitants in the 18 th century and are a major source of worry, as they cause a high rate of … Continue reading

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