toxocara


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toxocara

(ˌtɒksəˈkɑːrə)
n
(Veterinary Science) a parasitic worm infesting the intestines of cats and dogs
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Toxocara cati is the most common feline roundworm, or ascarid, found in cats, affecting more than 25 percent of all cats.
procyonis-specific immunoglobulin antibodies at CDC; results of Toxocara and Toxoplasma serologies and a stool ova and parasite exam conducted at private laboratories were negative.
Complementary infectious workup, including Toxocara gondii serology came back negative.
Dog faeces can also carry Toxocara canis, or roundworm.
2013) reported that age-wise prevalence of different GI nematodes in calf like Toxocara vitulorum was 25.
Toxocariase humana e uma zoonose geohelmintica causada por estagios larvares de Toxocara canis e em menor quantidade por T.
On day 16, because the child had been exposed to dogs, she was empirically treated for presumed Toxocara infection with albendazole and prednisone for 5 days.
The ingested toxocara eggs emerge in the duodenum; the larva perforates the intestinal wall, enters the circulation and then can lodge in the eye, most commonly in the choroidal circulation.
Kopeklerdeki fazla sayidaki helmint cesitliligine ragmen, Turkiye'de sokak veya az sayidaki sahipli kopekler uzerinde yapilan calismalarda, daha cok cestodlardan Taenia, Dipylidium, Mesocestoides ve Echinococcus, nematodlardan Toxocara, Toxascaris, Ancylostoma, Uncinaria, Trichuris ve Spirocerca gibi helmint turleri bildirilmistir (10-16).
6%) were found positive for GIT nematode including Trichostrongylus, Oesophagostomum,Haemonchus, Toxocara vitulorum, Ostertagia, Bunostomum, Strongyloides and Trichuris showing prevalence of 21.
Haematological and biochemical disturbances associated with Toxocara vitulorum infection in buffalo calves", Int.
La toxocariosis es una enfermedad parasitaria accidental en el hombre, que se produce por la ingestion de huevos larvados del nematodo del perro, Toxocara canis (Noemi et al, 1992; Minvielle et al, 1999).