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 nicolazig@gmail.com 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. pdekinkelin@wanadoo.fr 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. bernard.heude@orange.fr 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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