Acta veterinaria Scandinavica (ACTA VET SCAND )
Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica, the official journal of the Veterinary Associations of the Nordic Countries, was founded in 1959 as a traditional print journal. In May 2006, Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica took the novel step of becoming 'open access', making its content freely available online.
- Impact factor1.35Show impact factor historyHide impact factor history
- 5-year impact1.53
- Cited half-life0.00
- Immediacy index0.15
- Article influence0.44
- WebsiteActa Veterinaria Scandinavica website
- Other titlesProceedings of the ... Internordic Symposium of the Nordic Committee for Veterinary Scientific Cooperation (NKVet)., International Conference on Production Diseases in Farm Animals., Prevention of Boar Taint in Pig Production: the ... Symposium of the Nordic Committee for Veterinary Scientific Cooperation., Acta veterinaria Scandinavica
- Material typeDocument, Periodical, Internet resource
- Document typeInternet Resource, Computer File, Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
Publications in this journal
- Acta veterinaria Scandinavica 02/2012; 54((Suppl 1):S11).
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ABSTRACT: The case details and outcome after surgical decompression of 46 dogs with thoracolumbar intervertebral disc disease with loss of deep pain perception prior to surgery were reviewed. Nineteen dogs (41.3%) recovered with a median follow-up period of 12.5 months. Recovery was defined as an ambulatory paraparesis, or better, with urinary and fecal continence. There was a better outcome in dogs with loss of deep pain for less than 24 hours prior to surgery (19/41; 46.3% recovered) than in dogs without deep pain perception for more than 24 hours (0/5; 0% recovered). Dogs with deep pain perception present at two weeks postoperatively had significantly higher success rate (8/12; 66.7% recovered) than dogs without deep pain perception at this time period (1/10; 10.0% recovered). The return of deep pain perception by two weeks postoperatively can be a useful positive prognostic indicator.Acta veterinaria Scandinavica 02/2005; 46(1-2):79-85.
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ABSTRACT: In Norway, paratuberculosis has been frequently diagnosed in goats, while cattle have been almost free of the infection. This difference in prevalence between goats and cattle has led to speculations about the existence of a Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis (M. a. paratuberculosis) isolate that is non-pathogenic for cattle. There is little information available on genotypic variation of M. a. paratuberculosis isolated from animals in Norway. In the present study, genotypic information on 51 isolates from goats and four isolates from cattle in Norway was obtained by use of IS900 restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis. All isolates from cattle and 84% of the isolates from goats had the same RFLP pattern (B-C1). Five RFLP patterns not previously detected were found. No genotypic variation that could explain a difference in host origin was found between the isolates from cattle and the majority of the Norwegian goat isolates. This lack of difference indicates that the most common M. a. paratuberculosis isolates in Norway may infect both cattle and goats.Acta veterinaria Scandinavica 02/2005; 46(1-2):13-8.
- Acta veterinaria Scandinavica 02/2005; 46(3):159-61.
- Acta veterinaria Scandinavica 02/2005; 46(1-2):95-100.
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