The Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Medicine (BJVM) is the official journal of the Society of Veterinary Medicine of Rio de Janeiro (Somverj).
As an editorial policy, it publishes original scientific articles, reviews (without invitation from the Editor) and case reports.
In all fields of Veterinary Medicine.
 

The BJVM now on continuous publication mode.

2018-06-29

The BJVM with the objective of speeding up the communication process of
research and thus contribute to its availability for reading and citation. It starts to publish in the continuous publication mode, so it is no longer necessary to complete a publication issue.
Therefore, we completed one of the proposals of reformulation of the magazine, adopting processes aligned with the best practices of scientific publication.

Vol. 43 No. 1 (2021)

Published: 2021-03-06

Effect of ultra-diluted nux vomica and cyclophosphamide solutions on the genotoxicity of allopathic cyclophosphamide

Juliana da Silva Coelho, Manuella Espindola Vieira, Alaide dos Santos Rodrigues, Luiz Figueira Pinto, Isabel Cristina Fábregas Bonna, Kelly Cristina Demarque, Maria Alice Amaral Kuzel

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Retrospective study of retroviruses by immunoenzymatic test on cats in Grande Vitória (ES, Brazil) and associated neoplasms

Isabella Oliveira Almeida, Mariana Arnoni Alves da Silva, Bruna Voltolin de Sena, Jeanne Saraiva da Paz, Tamara de Almeida Jaretta, Priscila Camargo Granadeiro Faria, Rodrigo dos Santos Horta

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Zoonotic parasites in wild animals such as carnivores and primates that are traded illegally in Brazil

Victor, Rafael, Alessio, Sofia, Andre, Jéssica , Patricia, Leucio Camara Alves

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In vitro evaluation of the acaricidal activity of Syzygium aromaticum (L.) essential oil and eugenol against non-fed larvae of Rhipicephalus sanguineus

Monique Moraes Lambert, Douglas Siqueira de Almeida Chaves, Barbara Rauta de Avelar, Diefrey Ribeiro Campos, Debora Azevedo Borges, Leandra Oliveira Moreira, Geraldo Augusto Pereira, Yara Peluso Cid, Fabio Barbour Scott, Katherina Coumendouros

Serological evidence of Eastern equine encephalitis circulation in equids in Pará state, Brazil

Josynélia do Socorro da Silva Sena Nunes, Lívia Medeiros Neves Casseb, Ricardo José de Paula Sousa Guimarães, Wilgner Duarte Magalhães Reis, Bruno de Cássio Veloso de Barros, Milene Silveira Ferreira, Jannifer Oliveira Chiang, Helder Henrique Costa Pinheiro, Pedro Fernando da Costa Vasconcelos, Ana Cecília Ribeiro Cruz

e001720

Selection of Metarhizium spp. Brazilian isolates to control Rhipicephalus microplus ticks: in vitro virulence tests and conidiogenesis

Giselle Arieiro Jones, Wendell Marcelo de Souza Perinotto, Mariana Guedes Camargo, Patrícia Silva Golo, Vania Rita Elias Pinheiro Bittencourt

e002020

Association of radioactivity of the monazite sands of the beaches of the Guarapari city with the presence of parasites of zoonotic potential

Gabriel Ricardo de Souza Lima, Maria Larissa Bitencourt Vidal, Ygor Henrique da Silva, André Garcia Oliveira, Isabella Vilhena Freire Martins, Daniel Calheiros Silva

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Presence of Listeria monocytogenes and Salmonella spp. in lamb meat commercialized in Uruguaiana, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Vanessa Mendonça Soares, Aryele Nunes da Cruz Encide Sampaio, Emanoelli Aparecida Rodrigues dos Santos, Leonardo Ereno Tadielo, Juliano Gonçalves Pereira

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Occurrence of zoonotic gastrointestinal parasites of rodents and the risk of human infection in different biomes of Brazil

Victor Fernando Santan Lima, Rafael Antonio do Nascimento Ramos, Alessio, Wagner Wesley Araújo Andrade, Irma, Ingrid, Laura, Giuseppe, Leucio Camara Alves

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Molecular characterization and genetic diversity of Staphylococcus aureus isolates of dairy production farms in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Bianca da Silva Soares, Cássia Couto da Motta, Nicolle Lima Barbieri, Dayanne Araújo de Melo, Marisol Alvim Gomez, Tatiani Abreu de Alencar, Irene da Silva Coelho, Shana de Mattos de Oliveira Coelho, Catherine Mary Logue, Miliane Moreira Soares de Souza

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Ovicidal, pupicidal, adulticidal, and repellent activity of Helicteres velutina K. Schum against Aedes aegypti L. (Diptera: Culicidae)

Diegina Araújo Fernandes, Hyago Luiz Rique, Louise Helena Guimarães de Oliveira, Wilias Greison Silva Santos, Maria de Fátima Vanderlei de Souza, Fabiola da Cruz Nunes

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3D models of nonunion fractures in long bones as education tools

Katriny Elifelina Monteiro Rodrigues, Kleber dos Anjos Lucas, Andrey Luis Lopes Cordeiro, Romeu Paulo Martins Silva, Francisco Glauco de Araújo Santos, Yuri Karaccas de Carvalho

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First report of the presence of Trypanosoma evansi in dogs from Paraguay applying molecular techniques

Oscar Daniel Salvioni Recalde, Stefanía Fraenkel, María José Tintel, Verónica Paola Arze, Natalia Ramírez Centurión, Miriam Rolón, Celeste Vega Gómez

e001920

Canine heartworm: natural infection along remote coastal area of Rio de Janeiro

Mário dos Santos Filho, Bruno Alberigi, Debora Macedo Pedroso Balius, Nathália Marques de Oliveira Lemos, Alexandre José Rodrigues Bendas, Jonimar Pereira Paiva

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Peritoneopericardial diaphragmatic hernia in a healthy adult feline (Felis catus domesticus): diagnosis to surgical treatment - Case report

Ana Carolina de Souza Campos, Lucas Rabaça dos Santos, Fernando Elisio Torres, Juliana Letícia Rossetto Marques, Caroline Lopes Martini, Stéfani Franco de Sá Menezes, Gabriela Moscatel Fevrier, Viviane Horta Gomes

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Lomustine therapy for vincristine-resistant canine transmissible venereal tumor: a case report

Alicia Decuadro Barboza, Natalie Ruiz Algibay, Cecilia Menéndez Caorsi, Natalia Bartesaghi Villardino, Cecilia Amaral Oribe, Scott Brandl, Alejandro Benech Gulla

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Epidemiological surveillance of main vector borne arboviral diseases in Brazil: a brief review

Viviane Câmara Maniero, Raíssa Dias Fares, Cristiane da Cruz Lamas, Sergian Vianna Cardozo

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A Revista Brasileira de Medicina Veterinária (BJVM) é uma publicação que abrange todos os campos da Medicina Veterinária. Como periódico oficial da Sociedade de Medicina Veterinária do Rio de Janeiro (Somverj), publica artigos científicos originais, revisões (a convite do editor) e relatos de casos


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