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  1. Aspergillosis - An Important Fatal Mycotic Disease of Chicks
    Mahendra Pal*, Sihin Tesfaye* and Getnet Abie Mekonnen**
    International Journal of Livestock Research. 2012; 2(3): 69-73.
  2. Geotrichosis - An Opportunistic Mycosis of Humans And Animals
    Mahendra Pal, Sunita Sejra, Anand Sejra, Sihin Tesfaye
    International Journal of Livestock Research. 2013; 3(2): 38-44.
  3. Zoonoses Occupationally Acquired By Abattoir Workers
    Mahendra Pal, Sihin Tesfaye, Pratibha Dave
    Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health. 2013; 2(3): 155-162.
  4. Cryptococcosis: An Enigmatic Mycosis of Humans and Animals
    Mahendra Pal, Sihin Tesfaye, Pratibha Dave
    Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health. 2014; 3(1): 53-60.
  5. Bovine cysticercosis in Cattle Slaughtered at Jimma Municipal Abattoir, South western Ethiopia:Prevalence, Cyst viability and Its Socio-economic importance
    Bekele Megersa, Eliyas Tesfaye, Alemayehu Regassa, Rahmeto Abebe, Fufa Abunna
    . 2010; 3(6): 257-262.
  6. Study on the prevalence of Foot and Mouth Disease in Borana and Guji Zones, Southern Ethiopia
    Habtamu Mekonen, Desta Beyene, Tesfaye Rufael, Ashenafi Feyisa, Fufa Abunna
    . 2011; 4(7): 293-296.
  7. Prevalence of Bovine Hydatidosis and Its Economic Importance in Cattle Slaughtered at Bahir Dar Municipal Abattoir, Northern Ethiopia
    Marege Tadesse, Solomon Tesfaye, Petros Admasu
    International Journal of Livestock Research. 2016; 6(10): 1-10.
  8. Preliminary phytochemical screening and evaluation of antibacterial activity of Dichrocepala integrifolia (L.f) O. kuntze
    Tesfaye Mohammed, Chalachew Teshale
    Journal of Complementary Medicine Research. 2012; 1(1): 30-34.
  9. Seroprevalence and Associated Risk Factors of Brucellosis in Camels Kept Under Pastoral Management in Fafen Zone, Somali Regional State, Ethiopia
    Yonas Robayo, Solomon Tesfaye Esubalew
    International Journal of Livestock Research. 2017; 7(3): 49-56.
  10. Knowledge, attitude and practice towards HIV post-exposure prophylaxis of health professionals of Gimbi town in Ethiopia: a cross-sectional study
    Gurmu Tesfaye, Habte Gebeyehu, Jimma Likisa
    . 2014; 2(2): 468-471.
  11. Community Based Cross Sectional Study upon the Knowledge, Attitude and Practices of Traditional Medicine in West Ares Zone of South West Ethiopia
    Shemsu Nuriye Hagisso, Tesfaye Feleke Gadore, Tilahun Beyene Handiso
    JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN TRADITIONAL MEDICINE. 2018; 4(5): 106-113.
  12. The Prevalence and Pattern of Depression in Patients with Tuberculosis on Follow up at Jimma University Specialized Hospital and Jimma Health Center
    Alinur Adem, Markos Tesfaye, Mohammed Adem Mohammed
    Medicine Science | International Medical Journal. 2014; 3(1): 955-68.
  13. Characterization of Goat Production System in Shifting and Permanent Farming Systems in Western Ethiopia
    Yilma Tadesse, Alemayehu Abebe, Shibeshi Zerihun, Tesfaye Debelu, Workineh Tezera
    International Journal of Livestock Research. 2016; 6(7): 24-37.
  14. Cytological patterns of thyroid lesions at Gondar University Hospital, Northwest Ethiopia: A retrospective study
    Tadele Melak, Molla Abebe, Woghata Tesfaye, Mulugeta Melku
    Journal of Molecular Pathophysiology. 2015; 4(1): 38-41.



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