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Abstract

Four species of Cystoisospora, C. canis, C. ohioensis, C. neorivolta and C. burrowsi are described from feces of dogs. Of these, the oocysts of C. canis are the largest and easily distinguished from the remaining three species. Oocysts of C. ohioensis, C. neorivolta and C. burrowsi are difficult to ...

Author(s)
Dubey, J. P.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Citation
Parasitology, 2019, 146, 6, pp 740-745
Abstract

Giardiosis and coocidiosis are the most commonly encountered infections in terms of both the number of infected individuals and clinical symptoms. Infections caused by Giardia duodertalis in dogs and cats have a worldwide distribution, with prevalence values that vary according to the population...

Author(s)
Ciuca, L.; Bosco, A.; Rinaldi, L.
Publisher
Point Veterinaire Italie s.r.l., Milan, Italy
Citation
Summa, Animali da Compagnia, 2022, 39, 6, pp 3-14
Abstract

The endogenous development in dogs of canine Isospora rivolta, as studied by J. Mahrt, 1967 (J. Protozool. 14, 754-759), was compared with that of I. ohioensis [see Pz 2, 4513]. The major difference between these 2 coccidia is in their site of development. The first develops predominantly in the...

Author(s)
Dubey, J. P.; Mahrt, J. L.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1978, 64, 6, pp 1067-1073
Abstract

During 1982-83, 663 dogs from the Brno area were examined. Coccidia were found in 3.17%. Oocysts of Isospora ohioensis, I. burowsi and I. neorivolta were identified most frequently (2.11% of dogs). Four dogs (0.60%) eliminated oocysts of Hammondia heydorni and sporocysts of Sarcocystis. Two dogs...

Author(s)
Svobodová, V.; Svoboda, M.; Nevole, M.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences,
Citation
Veterinarni Medicina, 1984, 29, 10, pp 627-632

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