strongylosis


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strongylosis

(ˌstrɒndʒɪˈləʊsɪs)
n
(Pathology) another name for strongyloidiasis
Translations
strongylose
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But, as they overburden the landscape, they become weakened and fall prey to a lethal parasitic infection - strongylosis.
Therefore care has to be taken when interpreting the results from block counts, particularly when assessing density-dependent events such as strongylosis disease outbreaks and when planning harvest rates.
The grouse been struck down by a triple whammy of birdie bugs - louping ill, strongylosis and blastocystis.
We review strongylosis covering all aspects as it is one of the most important internal parasitic diseases of equines caused by nematodes of strongylidae family affecting more than 80% equids in the world.
Strongylosis has been reported from all parts of world and almost affects more than 90 % of horse population (Nielsen et al 2006).
But as they overburden the landscape they become weakened and fall prey to a lethal parasitic infection - strongylosis.
Prevalence of strongylosis was not affected by age (p = 0.