Veterinární medicína – veterinary medicine journal

ISSN 0375-8427 (Print)
ISSN 1805-9392 (On-line)

  • An international open access peer-reviewed journal published by the Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences and financed by the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic
  • The journal is administered by an international Editorial Board
  • Published since 1956
  • Editor-in-Chief: Prof. MVDr. Dagmar Zendulková, CSc.
  • Co-Editors: Prof. MVDr. Eva Baranyiová, CSc.; Prof. MVDr. František Jelínek, CSc.; MVDr. Petr Raušer, Ph.D.; Prof. MVDr. Miroslav Toman CSc.  
  • Executive Editor: Ing. Helena Smolová, Ph.D.
  • The journal is published monthly

Aims & Scope

The journal Veterinarni Medicina publishes in English original papers, short communications, critical reviews and case reports from all fields of veterinary and biomedical sciences.

 

New Editor-in-Chief welcome on board!
We are pleased to announce that Prof. MVDr. Dagmar Zendulková, CSc. has accepted our invitation to serve as an Editor-in-chief starting January 2020. 
Prof. Zendulkova specialises in infectious diseases of animals at the Department of Infectious Diseases and Microbiology, University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno, Czech Republic.

We thank sincerely prof. MVDr. Eva Baranyiova, CSc., the former Editor-in-chief, for her outstanding work for the journal. We are glad that she will continue her cooperation with the journal in the role of the Associate Editor.
                    


Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences changed to double-blind reviewing
The Publishing Board of the CAAS is pleased to announce its movement to a double-blind review process  (November, 2018). 

Change of the online submission system

Dear authors,
this is to inform you that as of January 1, 2018 we will begin using a new online system that will make the contact with you more efficient. The system has been used by all the other journals published by the Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences and the time has come that all has to be under one umbrella to make the entire administration unified and easier.

It will be a major change for the editors as well and we hope the transition will be as painless as possible. Nevertheless, your cooperation and patience will be appreciated.

For  submissions please use Submission/Login  on this site. Authors of  manuscripts submitted by the end of 2017 will get their manuscript’s status information on: vetmed@cazv.cz.

Professor Eva Baranyiova, Editor-in-Chief

 


Current issue

https://doi.org/10.17221/159/2019-VETMED
Original Paper

Adventitial histopathological changes after coronary stenting in a porcine model

C Perez-Martinezorcid , A Perez de Prado, V Caballero-Manso, M Regueiro-Purrino, MG de Garnica Garcia, C Cuellas-Ramon, JM Gonzalo-Orden, M Lopez-Benito, JR Altonaga, T Benito-Gomez, F Fernandez Vazquez
Veterinarni Medicina, 65 (2020): 465-472abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/117/2020-VETMED
Original Paper

Impact of piglet birth weight on later rearing performance

H Jankowiak, P Balogh, A Cebulska, E Vaclavkova, M Bocian, P Reszka
Veterinarni Medicina, 65 (2020): 473-479abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/99/2020-VETMED
Original Paper

Distribution and aetiology of valvular endocarditis in suckling and weaned piglets in Serbia

B Savicorcid , O Radanovic, V Milicevic, B Kureljusic, N Zdravkovic, K Nesic, O Stevancevic
Veterinarni Medicina, 65 (2020): 480-486abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/109/2020-VETMED
Original Paper

Occurrence of mycotoxins in complete poultry feeds in the Czech Republic – Multiannual survey (2013–2018)

P Mikula, J Blahova, A Honzlova, J Kalinova, P Macharackova, J Rosmus, Z Svobodova, M Svoboda
Veterinarni Medicina, 65 (2020): 487-494abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/115/2019-VETMED
Original Paper

Chemical analyses and evaluation of the anthelmintic effects of Origanum majorana essential oil, in vitro and in vivo studies

A Abidi, E Sebai, M Dhibi, MA Darghouth, H Akkari
Veterinarni Medicina, 65 (2020): 495-505abstractdownload PDF
https://doi.org/10.17221/8/2020-VETMED
Case Report

Systemic mucormycosis caused by Lichtheimia ramosa in a pregnant cow

K Lee, H Kim, J Sohn, B So, E Choi
Veterinarni Medicina, 65 (2020): 506-510abstractdownload PDF

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