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Draschia megastoma, Habronema microstoma, and Habronema muscae are the etiological agents of cutaneous habronemosis, commonly known as summer sores, an inflammatory cutaneous and ocular parasitic disease of horses and other equids transmitted by flies. Here, we describe a cluster of cutaneous...

Author(s)
Salant, H.; Rojas, A.; Yardeny, D.; Brenner, O.; Schvartz, G.; Baneth, G.; Dvir, E.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Comparative Immunology, Microbiology & Infectious Diseases, 2021, 75,
Abstract

Habronemiasis, otherwise known as summer sores, is a parasitic disease of horses, donkeys and other equids, commonly encountered in subtropical and tropical regions. It occurs as a result of nematode infestation of the skin and typically manifests as ulcerative granulating lesions or masses. ...

Author(s)
Tyrnenopoulou, P.; Diakakis, N.; Psalla, D.; Traversa, D.; Papadopoulos, E.; Antonakakis, M.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Education, 2019, 31, 1, pp e1-e4
Abstract

Background: Equine gastrointestinal nematodes (GINs) have been the subject of intermittent studies in Australia over the past few decades. However, comprehensive information on the epidemiology of equine GINs, the efficacy of available anthelmintic drugs and the prevalence of anthelmintic...

Author(s)
Saeed, M. A.; Beveridge, I.; Abbas, G.; Beasley, A.; Bauquier, J.; Wilkes, E.; Jacobson, C.; Hughes, K. J.; El-Hage, C.; O'Handley, R.; Hurley, J.; Cudmore, L.; Carrigan, P.; Walter, L.; Tennent-Brown, B.; Nielsen, M. K.; Jabbar, A.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Parasites and Vectors, 2019, 12, 188, pp (29 April 2019)
Abstract

Over the past few decades, among equine parasitoses caused by gastrointestinal nematodes, habronematidosis has been discontinuously studied worldwide. Habronematidosis is a parasitic disease distributed all over the world. It is caused by Habronema microstoma, Habronema muscae, and Draschia...

Author(s)
Barlaam, A.; Traversa, D.; Papini, R.; Giangaspero, A.
Publisher
Frontiers Media S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland
Citation
Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 2020, 6, July,
Abstract

Parasitic gastroenteritis (PGE) caused by infection of the gut with parasitic nematodes is one of the most important diseases of livestock animals from both financial and welfare perspectives. Parascaris equorum and Habronema microstoma are endemic nematodes which are currently the major cause of...

Author(s)
Morsy, K.; Bashtar, A. R.; Quraishy, S. A.; Adel, S.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Parasitology Research, 2016, 115, 11, pp 4299-4306
AbstractFull Text

The sarcoid is a locally invasive neoplasm and it is described as the most common tumor of equines and having an incidence ranging from 12.9% to 67%. Sarcoids have a significant impact on the health and well-being of Equidae and can represent a serious economic-genetic loss when they affect the...

Author(s)
Amicis, I. de; Varasano, V.; Straticò, P.; Robbe, D.; Petrizzi, L.
Publisher
SIVAR - Societa Italiana Veterinari per Animali da Reddito, Cremona, Italy
Citation
Large Animal Review, 2020, 26, 1, pp 46-48
Abstract

In tropical and subtropical climates, infection of periocular tissue by Habronema larvae is a recognised cause of conjunctivitis or blepharitis. To the authors' knowledge, only a few cases of habronemiasis have been described in Western Europe, and it has not been documented previously in the...

Author(s)
Verhaar, N.; Hermans, H.; Rooij, E. van; Oldruitenborgh-Oosterbaan, M. S. van; Ensink, J.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2018, 182, 26, pp 746
Abstract

Equine habronematidosis has a global distribution and is caused by three spirurid species, Habronema muscae, Habronema microstoma and Draschia megastoma. A case of cutaneous habronematidosis in a stallion in a stable in Dubai, UAE gave occasion to investigate the parasite situation on the farm....

Author(s)
Schuster, R. K.; Sivakumar, S.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2013, 197, 1/2, pp 176-181
Abstract

Prevalence and intensity of gastrointestinal parasites were studied through a longitudinal survey in 400 horses over a 17-month period in an abattoir in Germany. Three hundred and ten horses (77.5%) were demonstrated harbouring endoparasites either by direct recovery of parasites from the digestive ...

Author(s)
Rehbein, S.; Visser, M.; Winter, R.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Parasitology Research, 2013, 112, 1, pp 407-413
Abstract

Equines are subject to infection with many parasites, which threaten their health. In the present study, we systematically reviewed existing literature on the prevalence of endo- and ectoparasites of equines in Iran. Major electronic databases, including PubMed, PubMed Central, Google Scholar,...

Author(s)
Khamesipour, F.; Taktaz-Hafshejani, T.; Tebit, K. E.; Razavi, S. M.; Hosseini, S. R.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Medicine and Science, 2020, 7, 1, pp 25-34

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