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The status and epidemiology of hydatidosis in Britain are reviewed from the literature. Data on the prevalence and distribution of larval Echinococcus granulosus in domestic food animals, equines and wild ungulates are tabulated. The economic and clinical effects of the disease and the nature of...

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Thompson, R. C. A.
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Helminthological Abstracts, A, Animal and Human Helminthology, 1977, 46, 10, pp 837-861

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Coles, G. C.
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Helminthological Abstracts, A, Animal and Human Helminthology, 1975, 44, 3, pp 147-162

Some 25 new records of gastro-intestinal nematodes from over 70 game animals in East Africa are listed. Localization within the host and locality of the host are given, as well as new geographical records. These new records may be used to up-date Round, M.C., 1968, "Checklist of the helminth...

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Gibbons, L. M.
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Helminthological Abstracts, A (Animal and Human Helminthology), 1974, 43, 8, pp 641-646

This concise review considers the rationale of using free-living nematodes as models for ageing research, the methods and techniques that have been used and the characteristics of nematode senescence. The author concludes with a discussion on the testing of ageing theories. There are over 70...

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Zuckerman, B. M.
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Helminthological Abstracts, A, Animal and Human Helminthology, 1974, 43, 4, pp 225-239

This important review presents a synopsis of current knowledge of the pathogenesis of the different forms of schistosomiasis. The pathology of each of the main organ systems is considered as well as the interaction of associated disease states. Three disease syndromes are associated with...

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Warren, K. S.
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Helminthological Abstracts, A, Animal and Human Helminthology, 1973, 42, 8, pp 591-633