Biljana Djurdjevic

Biljana Djurdjevic
Scientific Veterinary Institute "Novi Sad" · Department of Epizootiology, Clinical diagnostic, Pathology and DDD

DVM, PhD

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Since early 2014 several outbreaks have occurred in Asia, Europe and North America involving novel highly pathogenic avian influenza subtype A(H5N8) viruses. This type of avian influenza virus have infected poultry and wild bird species. Global spread of these viruses was attributed to intracontinental and intercontinental movement of migratory bir...
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The aim of this study was to compare pathological lesions and viral antigen expression in the organs of mute swans (Cygnus olor) naturally infected with highly pathogenic avian influenza virus subtypes H5N1 and H5N8. The examination was conducted on the carcasses of 22 mute swans which died during the avian influenza outbreaks in Serbia in 2006 and...
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The classical swine fever virus has the ability to cross the placental barrier, resulting in the infection of fetuses, which may consequently lead to persistent infection in piglets. The aim of this study was to report the lesions in fetuses naturally infected with CSFV during late gestation and clarify the nature of infected cells and the distribu...
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This experiment was performed to investigate the protective effect of a new combined adsorbent (bentonite + yeast cell wall extract) previously tested in vitro, on the occurrence of pathological lesions in broilers fed a diet contaminated with aflatoxin B1 until 21 days of age. A total of 96 one-day old Ross 308 hybrid broiler chickens were divided...
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Background The Sarconema eurycerca heart infection may be one of the main causes of death in swans and geese due to severe heart lesions. To date, there have been no reports of Sarconema eurycerca in mute swans (Cygnus olor) in Serbia and this parasite has never been morphologically characterized in wild birds from this region.Methods In spring 202...
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In this pilot study, a method for the determination of phthalates in honey was developed. The following phthalates are included: diethyl phthalate, di-isobutyl phthalate, di-n-butyl phthalate, bis (2-Ethylhexyl) phthalate, and di- (n-octyl) phthalate. For the preparation of the samples, the method of liquid-liquid extraction with hexane with an ult...
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American foulbrood (AFB) is one of the most important contagious honey bee diseases. In Serbia, it is mandatory to report AFB, and this disease is registered in our country every year. Starting from 2018, active surveillance of the presence of the AFB has been conducted throughout the country. The paper analyzes the data on the occurrence of AFB du...
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In the Northern part of Serbia, which is part of Pannonian Basin, mute swan (Cygnus olor) population has notably increased over the last few decades. Like other birds from Anatidae family, mute swans are a host of numerous endoparasite species. Th e aim of this study was to acquire the data on identifi cation and prevalence of endoparasites in mute...
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This article reports on the occurrence and diagnosis of Aujeszky’s disease in a dog. The procedure for isolation and identification of Aujeszky’s disease virus was described. A dog of unknown breed aged about two years died of Aujeszky’s disease after consuming animal offal (internal organs: lungs, spleen, kidneys) fed by the owner after slaughteri...
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Peripheral nerve sheath tumors (PNSTs) comprise a heterogeneous group of neoplasms originating from the elements of the nerve sheath. They are divided into two forms: benign and malignant PNST. Both benign and malignant PNSTs are not very common in domestic animals but they are reported in different animal species. Histologically, PNSTs are compose...
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In the study conducted during the two-year period (2017 - 2018) the cause of death of certain protected and strictly protected wild bird species from the territory of Vojvodina was analysed. During this period, 57 wild birds were brought for post-mortem examination (a total of 9 protected species) to Scientific veterinary institute "Novi Sad". A de...
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Lumpy skin disease (LSD) presents constant threat to cattle production because of the high economic losses it causes. Although a lot has been done in the field of improving serological diagnostics of LSD, a reliable determination of immunity status on both herd and individual level remains problematic. In order to test the efficacy of vaccination a...
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Maximum limits for PAHs content in honey and bee products are not set. The objective of this study was to conduct a market survey of honey for the presence of PAH16 with the aim of detecting potential contamination and health risks for consumers. A total number of 61 honey samples produced in the territory of Serbia were examined. The content of PA...
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Maximum limits for PAHs content in honey and bee products are not set. The objective of this study was to conduct a market survey of honey for the presence of PAH16 with the aim of detecting potential contamination and health risks for consumers. A total number of 61 honey samples produced in the territory of Serbia were examined. The content of PA...
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Cases of deliberate, illegal animal poisoning are widely documented in the literature. Recently, there has been an increase in number of cases of poisoning of domestic and wild animals with highly toxic pesticides in the Republic of Serbia. During the two-year period (2016-2017), in total 40 autopsies of dogs and 2 cats from the territory of the So...
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Cases of deliberate, illegal animal poisoning are widely documented in the literature. Recently, there has been an increase in number of cases of poisoning of domestic and wild animals with highly toxic pesticides in the Republic of Serbia. During the two-year period (2016-2017), in total 40 autopsies of dogs and 2 cats from the territory of the So...
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This is the first study offering insights into the prevalence of giant liver fluke in the population of red deer in the territory of Serbia. Giang liver fluke (Fascioloides magna, Bassi, 1875) is the most important liver parasite among wild ruminants in Europe, especially in the region of floodplain for-ests along the upper watercourse of Danube ri...
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This is the first study offering insights into the prevalence of giant liver fluke in the population of red deer in the territory of Serbia. Giang liver fluke (Fascioloides magna, Bassi, 1875) is the most important liver parasite among wild ruminants in Europe, especially in the region of floodplain forests along the upper watercourse of Danube riv...
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During the epizootic of highly pathogenic avian influenza subtype H5N8 in Serbia in the winter of 2016-2017, the highest percent of mortality due to this infection was recorded in mute swans (Cygnus olor). Besides mute swans, avian influenza virus subtype H5N8 was also diagnosed in a small number of hens in rural households. Pancreatic tissues from...
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Поједини високо патогени сојеви авијарне инфлуенце попут H5N1 имају изражен тропизам према нервном ткиву. Неуротропизам је заједничка карактеристика како експерименталних тако и природних инфекција изазваних вирусом авијарне инфлуенце подтипа H5N1 код различитих врста птица, а такође и појединих сисара укључујући и човека. Током епизоотије високо п...
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Mycoplasma synoviae is known to cause respiratory disorders, syno-vitis, subclinical infections, air sacculitis and eggshell apex abnormalities in domestic poultry worldwide. Th e aim of this study was to determine M. synoviae seroprevalence in 5 diff erent broiler breeder farms in South Bačka from 2014 to 2017. A total of 1511 samples were tested...
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Labudovi su divlje ptice vodenih staništa i pripadaju familiji Anatidae, roduAnseriformes. S obzirom na stanište, način života i ishranu, labudovi predstavljajuznačajnu bioindikatorsku vrstu za monitoring zagađivača u prirodi. Hrane seuglavnom vodenim biljkama i zelenim algama koje predstavljaju direktan pokazateljzagađenja životne sredine i vodeni...
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Introduction: The first cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza(HPAI) subtype H5N8 in the Republic of Serbia were recorded in December 2016 in swans (Cygnus olor). Control measures included removal of poultry flocks in the restriction zone and presence of HPAI H5N8 was shown in two flocks of hens. Materials and Methods: To determine the causes o...
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Mycoplasma synoviae is known to cause respiratory disorders, synovitis, subclinical infections, air sacculitis and eggshell apex abnormalities in domestic poultry worldwide. Th e aim of this study was to determine M.synoviae seroprevalence in 5 diff erent broiler breeder farms in South Bačka from 2014 to 2017. A total of 1511 samples were tested us...
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The most important morphological characteristic of infections caused by M. avium subsp. hominissuis (MAH) is granuloma formation. The growth of mycobacteria is in accordance with anti-bacterial effector mechanisms of the host within granuloma. The most important cytokines for „orchestrating “the host defense are interferon γ (INF-γ), tumor necrosis...
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Od 2014 godine nekoliko epizootija izazvanih visoko patogenim virusom avijarne infl uence podtipa H5N8, izbilo je u Aziji, Evropi i severnoj Americi. Ovaj tip virusa infl uence uzrokovao je infekcije domaće živine i divljih ptica. Globalnom širenju virusa doprinele su intrakontinentalne i interkontinentalne migracije ptica. Prvi slučaj visoko patog...
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The two corpses of police dogs, of Labrador retriever breed used for fi nding narcotics, were sent to the Scientifi c Veterinary Institute “Novi Sad”, and examined post-mortem, in order to determine the cause of death. Post-mortem examination revealed the presence of neoplastic changes in the mandibular region, pulmonary parenchyma and axillary reg...
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Introduction: Classical Swine Fever virus (CSFV) is able to cross placenta during all stages of gestation. The outcome of trans-placental infection of fetuses mainly depends on the time of gestation. Different studies have shown that intrauterine infection during second trimester of gestation is important for developing immune-tolerance in pigs, al...
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Surgical sterilization (ovariohysterectomy) is one of the most common surgical procedures in small veterinary practice because it represents the safest way to control the population of cats. Th e aim of this study is to compare postoperative recovery in three groups of cats (estrous, anestrous and gravid cats) aft er performed ovariohysterectomy us...
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Ichthyophthiriosis is widespread parasitic disease of fi shes caused by a ciliated protozoan, Ichthyophthirius multifi lis. Th is parasite is capable of affecting most of species of freshwater fi shes, including all cyprinids. The parasites usually can be found on skin and gill in the form of white prominent spots 0.1-1 mm in diameter, which looks...
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Lernaea cyprinacea in common carp and other warm water fi shes is one of the major problems of aquaculture industry in Serbia. Infestations with Lernaea are most prevalent in the summer months and occur more commonly in stagnant or slow-moving water bodies. Th e optimal temperature range for Lernaea development is 26–28°C. In the present study infe...
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Abstract Goussia subepithelialis is coccidian parasites of common carp Cyprinus carpio L. which have been reported to cause nodular coccidiosis. The pathogens may lead to necrosis of the intestinal epithelium and enteritis. The disease is transmitted directly when an uninfected carp comes into contact with the waste of infected specimens, but may a...
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Abstract Erythrodermatitis is a disease which affects carp of any age and it occurs during the growing season. The clinical symptoms of this disease include the appearance of the wounds on skin surface and muscle tissue and the depth of the wounds is a few millimetres. Aeromonas salmonicida is the causative aetiological agent of this bacteriologica...

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The influence of the quality of the components of feed for cyprinid fish species on the quality of meat, losses and the profitability of production,