Volume 15 (2024)
Volume 14 (2023)
Volume 13 (2022)
Volume 12 (2021)
Volume 11 (2020)
Volume 10 (2019)
Volume 9 (2018)
Volume 8 (2017)
Volume 7 (2016)
Volume 6 (2015)
Volume 5 (2014)
Volume 4 (2013)
Volume 3 (2012)
Volume 2 (2011)
Volume 1 (2010)
Histological and ultrastructural studies of female reproductive vasculature of one humped camel in relation to possible thermoregulation and ovarian hormones

Muhammad Usman; Anas Sarwar Sarwar; Rehmat Ullah Shahid; Sajjad Ur Rehman; Wael Abdelhameed Khamas

Volume 13, Issue 2 , June 2022, , Pages 177-186

  The study was designed to explore anatomical and histological vasculature changes in the female genital system of camel and serological aspects that might be responsible to maintain thermoregulation. Twenty-four adult female camels were sampled during breeding (November-April) and non-breeding (May-October) ...  Read More

Large Animal Surgery
Management of a bilateral mandibular fracture in a single-humped camel

Hadi Imani Rastabi; Abdolvahed Moarabi; Ahmad Khajeh; Narges Kavosi

Volume 8, Issue 2 , June 2017, , Pages 171-174

  In the present case report, the comprehensive management of a bilateral mandibular fracture in a single-humped camel including pre-, peri- and post-operative cares is described. A one-year-old camel with the overhanging of the rostral part of the lower jaw which occurred seven days ago was presented. ...  Read More

A report on the genital myiasis by Wohlfahrtia magnifica in camel herds in southwest of Iran

Khodadad Pirali Kheirabadi; Amir Dehghani Samani; Hossein Rajabi Vardanjani

Volume 5, Issue 4 , December 2014, , Pages 329-332

  Myiasis is a disease of vertebrate animals caused by different fly larvae. Wohlfahrtia magnifica is responsible for serious losses in animal husbandry in Eurasia. Larvae of W. magnifica parasitize several warm-blooded vertebrates and are responsible for a severe traumatic myiasis of mucosal membranes ...  Read More

Pathological findings of slaughtered camels’ (Camelus dromedaris) kidneys in Najaf-Abad, Iran

Gholam Ali Kojouri; Hossein Nourani; Sirous Sadeghian; Hadi Imani; Abbas Raisi

Volume 5, Issue 3 , July 2014, , Pages 231-235

  The kidney of camel is known to play a vital role in water conservation through the production of highly concentrated urine that may predispose animal to varieties of renal dysfunction. In camels renal disorders have received lesser attention in comparison with other animals, thus there is shortage of ...  Read More

Study on mange mite of camel in Raya-Azebo district, northern Ethiopia

Nesibu Awol; Semere Kiros; Yisehak Tsegaye; Mohammed Ali; Birhanu Hadush

Volume 5, Issue 1 , March 2014, , Pages 61-64

  A cross-sectional study was carried out to determine the prevalence and species of camel mange mite infestation in Raya-Azebo district, Northern part of Ethiopia. Accordingly, Three hundred and eighty-four camels were examined and mange mite infestation was detected on 64 of camels. Only Sarcoptes scabiei ...  Read More

Trypanosomiasis of camels (Camelus dromedarius) in Algeria: First report

Omar Bennoune; Nezar Adili; Khaled Amri; Lakhdar Bennecib; Ammar Ayachi

Volume 4, Issue 4 , December 2013, , Pages 273-275

  Camel trypanosomosis is a life-threatening disease in the camel species and responsible for severe economic losses either in milk or meat productions. This study was carried out on the south-east area of Algeria on 100 camels of various ages and either sex from two herds. Microscopic examination of blood ...  Read More

Prevalence and morphological characterizations of Linguatula serrata nymphs in camels in Isfahan Province, Iran

Farid Rezaei; Mousa Tavassoli; Moosa Javdani

Volume 3, Issue 1 , March 2012, , Pages 61-65

  Linguatula serrata, well known as tongue worm; is an aberrant cosmopolitan parasite, which inhabits the canine respiratory system (final host). The discharged eggs infect many plant feeder animals including human causing visceral and nasopharyngeal linguatulosis which is known as “Marrara syndrome”. ...  Read More

Gastrointestinal parasites infection in one-humped camels (Camelus dromedarius) of Nigeria

Pwaveno Huladeino Bamaiyi; Arunsi Ukairu Kalu

Volume 2, Issue 4 , December 2011, , Pages 278-281

  One hundred and five (105) Camels were investigated at the Maiduguri abattoir, Nigeria using floatation and sedimentation techniques for helminth parasites and haematological indices with the microhaematocrit reader. Overall, prevalence of infection was 92.4% [(Coccidia (8.5%), Strongyloides (8.5%), ...  Read More

Effects of Parasitic Infections on Erythrocyte Indices of Camels in Nigeria

Jalailudeen Lawal Rabana; Hussein Adam Kumshe; Joshua Kamani; Grema Hafsat; Usman A Turaki; Harrison K Dilli

Volume 2, Issue 1 , March 2011, , Pages 59-63

  This study was conducted to determine the prevalence and effect of parasitic infection on erythrocyte indices in trade camels slaughtered in Maiduguri, Nigeria. Two hundred adult one humped camels comprised of 87 (43.5 %) males and 113 (56.5 %) females were examined for helminths and hemoparasites at ...  Read More

Study on the Use of Dried Poultry Litter in the Camel's Ration

Abdel-Baset Nasr Sayed; Abbas Seif Fathy

Volume 1, Issue 2 , September 2010, , Pages 65-71

  A feeding trial of 120 days duration was conducted to study the effect of replacing 20 and 25 % of camel ration by poultry litter (PL) on the performance and some blood biochemical parameters. Fifteen healthy one–humped camels were allotted into three groups (5 animals / group). The first group ...  Read More