nematodiasis


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Related to nematodiasis: neoteny
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nem·a·to·di·a·sis

n. nematodiasis, infección por parásitos nematodos.
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Una de las limitantes en el control de la nematodiasis es la resistencia que han venido adquiriendo frente a las drogas antihelminticas (Kaplan, 2004; Gilleard, 2006; Pomroy, 2006).
Ruminal flukes and gastrointestinal nematodiasis are most usual parasitic infestation in bovine population diagnosed during faecal examination.
Efficacy of pharmacokinetic interactions between piperonyl butoxide and albendazole against gastrointestinal nematodiasis in goats.
[5.] Gibbs HC, Herd RP Nematodiasis in cattle--Importance, species involved, immunity, and resistance.
Los helmintos gastrointestinales que afectan con mayor frecuencia a los burros son: los ascaridos (Parascaris equorum), nematodos grandes (Strongylus spp), nematodos pequenos (Thrichonema spp), parasito de espiga (Oxyurus equi) y el parasito de hilo (Strongyloides), siendo las nematodiasis las mas dificiles de tratar por el grado de resistencia que existe a los antihelminticos (Svendsen et al., 1997, Matthews, 2014).
Ganguly, "Gastrointestinal Nematodiasis in Small Ruminants and Anthelmintic Resistance: A Review," Journal of Immunology and Immunopathology, vol.
Nematodiasis, also known as parasitic gastroenteritis (PGE) and verminous gastroenteritis (VGE) in food animals.
Effects of Indigenous Medicinal Plants (Neem and Pineapple) Against Gastro-intestinal Nematodiasis in Sheep.
and Azad, M.A.K., "Effect of vermic against gastrointestinal nematodiasis in sheep", J.
[20.] Hiko A and A Wondimu Occurrence of nematodiasis in Holstein Friesian dairy breed.
The two medical terms for this disease are both tongue-twisters: cerebrospinal nematodiasis and parelaphostrongylosis.
Analysis on the epidemiological situation of soil I I'ansmitted nematodiasis at monitoring spots from 2006 to 2010 [in Chinese], International Journal of Medical Parasitic Diseases.