piroplasmosis


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pir·o·plas·mo·sis

 (pĭr′ə-plăz-mō′sĭs)
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Mundialmente se han asignado diferentes nombres a esta enfermedad como fiebre de Texas, fiebre de garrapatas, aguas rojas, piroplasmosis, ranilla roja [6, 24, 44] y enfermedad de Nantucket, siendo esta ultima una enfermedad zoonotica presente en EUA y en la Comunidad Europea [25].
Previously, the horse had received treatment for piroplasmosis (diminazeno diaceturate [Ganaseg[R], Novartis Saude Animal, Sao Paulo, SP]) and received two blood transfusions (two blood bags/transfusion), without any clinical improvement.
The institute capacity on equine health is also recognized with three OIE International twining projects on equine piroplasmosis, glanders and equine influenza.
The disease is also known as equine piroplasmosis and endemic in most tropical and subtropical regions of the world this infection has been documented in horses mules donkeys and zebras (Bruning 1996; Smith 2004).
y en Guatemala, se han identificado 13 especies de las cuales Boophilus microplus y Amblyoma cajennense, son las de mayor importancia economica para la ganaderla, ya que ademas del dano que provocan, transmiten enfermedades de importancia economica, como la anaplasmosis y piroplasmosis bovina (Prodesa, 1988).
ABSTRACT: Equine Piroplasmosis or Babesiosis is a serious hemoparasitic disease of horses.
Piroplasmosis (Theileria equii, Babesia caballi)###11###04###04###03
En casi el 50% de los hatos se han presentado abortos e infertilidad y las enfermedades mas comunes son Piroplasmosis, mastitis asi como problemas digestivos.
Las pruebas del urianalisis, permiten determinar hematuria y diferenciarla de otras condiciones clinicas o como hemoglobinuria en la piroplasmosis (Radostits et al.
Theileria equi (incertae sedis; Piroplasma equi Laveran, 1901) is one of the etiologic agents of equine piroplasmosis.
Equine piroplasmosis (EP) is a tickborne disease of horses that has been largely absent from the United States for decades, thanks to cooperative federal and state efforts at eradication.