Updated: 14.08.2009

Manual of Diagnostic Tests and Vaccines
for Terrestrial Animals 2009


Summary

  

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Volume 1

 

Introduction (How to use this Terrestrial Manual)

 

 

List of tests for International trade (including the tests adopted in May 2009)

 

 

Common abbreviations used in this Terrestrial Manual

 

 

Glossary of terms

 

 

Contributors

 

Part 1

General Information

Section 1.1.

Introductory Chapters

Chapter 1.1.1.

Collection and shipment of diagnostic specimens

 

Chapter 1.1.2.

Biosafety and biosecurity in the veterinary microbiology laboratory
and animal facilities

 

Chapter 1.1.3.

Quality management in veterinary testing laboratories

 

Chapter 1.1.4.

Principles of validation of diagnostic assays for infectious diseases

 

Chapter 1.1.5.

Validation and quality control of polymerase chain reaction methods
used for the diagnosis of infectious diseases

 

Chapter 1.1.6.

Laboratory methodologies for bacterial antimicrobial susceptibility testing

 

Chapter 1.1.7.

Biotechnology in the diagnosis of infectious diseases and vaccine development (including text on nanotechnology adopted in May 2008)

 

Chapter 1.1.8.

Principles of veterinary vaccine production

 

Chapter 1.1.9.

Tests for sterility and freedom from contamination of biological materials

 

Chapter 1.1.10.

Guidelines for international standards for vaccine banks

 

Chapter 1.1.11.

The role of official bodies in the international regulation of veterinary biologicals

 

Part 2

OIE Listed Diseases and Other Diseases of Importance to International Trade

Section 2.1.

Multiple Species

Chapter 2.1.1.

Anthrax

 

Chapter 2.1.2.

Aujeszky’s disease

 

Chapter 2.1.3.

Bluetongue

 

Chapter 2.1.4.

Echinococcosis/hydatidosis

 

Chapter 2.1.5.

Foot and mouth disease (NB: Version adopted in May 2009)

 

Chapter 2.1.6.

Heartwater

 

Chapter 2.1.7.

Japanese encephalitis

 

Chapter 2.1.8.

Leishmaniosis

 

Chapter 2.1.9.

Leptospirosis

 

Chapter 2.1.10.

New World screwworm (Cochliomyia hominivorax) and
Old World screwworm (Chrysomya bezziana)

 

Chapter 2.1.11.

Paratuberculosis (Johne’s disease)

 

Chapter 2.1.12.

Q fever

 

Chapter 2.1.13.

Rabies

 

Chapter 2.1.14.

Rift Valley fever

 

Chapter 2.1.15.

Rinderpest

 

Chapter 2.1.16.

Trichinellosis

 

Chapter 2.1.17.

Trypanosoma evansi infections (including surra)

 

Chapter 2.1.18.

Tularemia

 

Chapter 2.1.19.

Vesicular stomatitis

 

Chapter 2.1.20.

West Nile fever

 

Section 2.2.

Apidae

 

 

Introductory note on bee diseases

 

Chapter 2.2.1.

Acarapisosis of honey bees

 

Chapter 2.2.2.

American foulbrood of honey bees

 

Chapter 2.2.3.

European foulbrood of honey bees

 

Chapter 2.2.4.

Nosemosis of honey bees

 

Chapter 2.2.5.

Small hive beetle infestation (Aethina tumida)

 

Chapter 2.2.6.

Tropilaelaps infestation of honey bees (Tropilaelaps spp.)

 

Chapter 2.2.7.

Varroosis of honey bees

 

Section 2.3.

Aves

Chapter 2.3.1.

Avian chlamydiosis

 

Chapter 2.3.2.

Avian infectious bronchitis

 

Chapter 2.3.3.

Avian infectious laryngotracheitis

 

Chapter 2.3.4.

Avian influenza (NB: Version adopted in May 2009)

 

Chapter 2.3.5.

Avian mycoplasmosis (Mycoplasma gallisepticum, M. synoviae)

 

Chapter 2.3.6.

Avian tuberculosis

 

Chapter 2.3.7.

Duck virus enteritis

 

Chapter 2.3.8.

Duck virus hepatitis

 

Chapter 2.3.9.

Fowl cholera

 

Chapter 2.3.10.

Fowl pox

 

Chapter 2.3.11.

Fowl typhoid and Pullorum disease

 

Chapter 2.3.12.

Infectious bursal disease (Gumboro disease)

 

Chapter 2.3.13.

Marek’s disease

 

Chapter 2.3.14.

Newcastle disease

 

Chapter 2.3.15.

Turkey rhinotracheitis (avian metapneumovirus) (NB: Version adopted in May 2009)

 

 

Volume 2

 

Introduction (How to use this Terrestrial Manual)

 

 

List of tests for International trade

 

 

Common abbreviations used in this Terrestrial Manual

 

 

Glossary of terms

 

 

Contributors

 

Part 2 continued

OIE Listed Diseases and Other Diseases of Importance to International Trade

Section 2.4.

Bovidae

Chapter 2.4.1.

Bovine anaplasmosis

 

Chapter 2.4.2.

Bovine babesiosis

 

Chapter 2.4.3.

Bovine brucellosis (NB: Version adopted in May 2009)

 

Chapter 2.4.4.

Bovine cysticercosis

 

Chapter 2.4.5.

Bovine genital campylobacteriosis

 

Chapter 2.4.6.

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

 

Chapter 2.4.7.

Bovine tuberculosis (NB: Version adopted in May 2009)

 

Chapter 2.4.8.

Bovine viral diarrhoea

 

Chapter 2.4.9.

Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia

 

Chapter 2.4.10.

Dermatophilosis

 

Chapter 2.4.11.

Enzootic bovine leukosis

 

Chapter 2.4.12.

Haemorrhagic septicaemia

 

Chapter 2.4.13.

Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis/infectious pustular vulvovaginitis

 

Chapter 2.4.14.

Lumpy skin disease

 

Chapter 2.4.15.

Malignant catarrhal fever

 

Chapter 2.4.16.

Theileriosis

 

Chapter 2.4.17.

Trichomonosis

 

Chapter 2.4.18.

Trypanosomosis (Tsetse-transmitted)

 

Section 2.5.

Equidae

Chapter 2.5.1.

African horse sickness

 

Chapter 2.5.2.

Contagious equine metritis

 

Chapter 2.5.3.

Dourine

 

Chapter 2.5.4.

Epizootic lymphangitis

 

Chapter 2.5.5.

Equine encephalomyelitis (Eastern and Western)

 

Chapter 2.5.6.

Equine infectious anaemia

 

Chapter 2.5.7.

Equine influenza

 

Chapter 2.5.8.

Equine piroplasmosis

 

Chapter 2.5.9.

Equine rhinopneumonitis

 

Chapter 2.5.10.

Equine viral arteritis

 

Chapter 2.5.11.

Glanders

 

Chapter 2.5.12.

Horse mange

 

Chapter 2.5.13.

Horse pox

 

Chapter 2.5.14.

Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis

 

Section 2.6.

Lagomorpha

Chapter 2.6.1.

Myxomatosis

 

Chapter 2.6.2.

Rabbit haemorrhagic disease

 

Section 2.7.

Ovidae and Capridae

Chapter 2.7.1.

Border disease

 

Chapter 2.7.2.

Caprine and ovine brucellosis (excluding Brucella ovis) (NB: Version adopted in May 2009)

 

Chapter 2.7.3/4.

Caprine arthritis/encephalitis and Maedi-visna

 

Chapter 2.7.5.

Contagious agalactia

 

Chapter 2.7.6.

Contagious caprine pleuropneumonia

 

Chapter 2.7.7.

Enzootic abortion of ewes (ovine chlamydiosis)

 

Chapter 2.7.8.

Nairobi sheep disease

 

Chapter 2.7.9.

Ovine epididymitis (Brucella ovis) (NB: Version adopted in May 2009)

 

Chapter 2.7.10

Ovine pulmonary adenocarcinoma (adenomatosis)

 

Chapter 2.7.11.

Peste des petits ruminants

 

Chapter 2.7.12.

Salmonellosis (S. abortusovis)

 

Chapter 2.7.13.

Scrapie (NB: Version adopted in May 2009)

 

Chapter 2.7.14.

Sheep pox and goat pox

 

Section 2.8.

Suidae

Chapter 2.8.1.

African swine fever

 

Chapter 2.8.2.

Atrophic rhinitis of swine

 

Chapter 2.8.3.

Classical swine fever (hog cholera)

 

Chapter 2.8.4.

Nipah virus encephalitis

 

Chapter 2.8.5.

Porcine brucellosis (NB: Version adopted in May 2009)

 

Chapter 2.8.6.

Porcine cysticercosis

 

Chapter 2.8.7.

Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome

 

Chapter 2.8.8.

Swine influenza

 

Chapter 2.8.9.

Swine vesicular disease

 

Chapter 2.8.10.

Teschovirus encephalomyelitis (previously enterovirus encephalomyelitis or Teschen/Talfan disease)

 

Chapter 2.8.11.

Transmissible gastroenteritis

 

Section 2.9.

Other Diseases

Chapter 2.9.1.

Bunyaviral diseases of animals (excluding Rift Valley fever)

 

Chapter 2.9.2.

Camelpox.

 

Chapter 2.9.3.

Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli

 

Chapter 2.9.4.

Cryptosporidiosis

 

Chapter 2.9.5.

Cysticercosis

 

Chapter 2.9.6.

Hendra and Nipah virus diseases

 

Chapter 2.9.7.

Listeria monocytogenes

 

Chapter 2.9.8.

Mange

 

Chapter 2.9.9.

Salmonellosis

 

Chapter 2.9.10.

Toxoplasmosis

 

Chapter 2.9.11.

Verocytotoxigenic Escherichia coli

 

Chapter 2.9.12.

Zoonoses transmissible from non-human primates

 

Part 3

OIE Reference Experts and Disease Index

List of OIE Reference Laboratories (as of May 2008)

 

Alphabetical list of diseases

 


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