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In the past decade, canine thelaziosis due to Thelazia callipaeda has been diagnosed in an increasing number of European countries, with endemic areas being identified. A multi-center field trial was conducted in endemic areas in France and Spain to evaluate the efficacy of monthly administrations...

Author(s)
Lebon, W.; Guillot, J.; Álvarez, M. J.; Bazaga, J. A.; Cortes-Dubly, M. L.; Dumont, P.; Eberhardt, M.; Gómez, H.; Pennant, O.; Siméon, N.; Beugnet, F.; Halos, L.
Publisher
EDP Sciences S.A., Les Ulis Cedex A, France
Citation
Parasite, 2019, 26, pp 1
Abstract

This study examines the therapeutic and year-round prophylactic efficacy of different formulations used in dogs in three Spanish areas where canine thelaziosis is endemic. The study was conducted as a Good Clinical Practice, multicentre, randomised field study in privately owned outdoor dogs...

Author(s)
Marino, V.; Gálvez, R.; Mascuñán, C.; Domínguez, I.; Sarquis, J.; Montoya, A.; Barrera, J. P.; Zenker, C.; Checa, R.; Hernández, M.; Miró, G.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
International Journal for Parasitology, 2021, 51, 1, pp 73-81
Abstract

Thelazia callipaeda has been regarded in Europe in the last few decades as a "new" agent of an ocular disease in dogs, cats, several wild species, and not least in humans. After the first European description in Italy, in 1989, the parasite has been reported in many other countries, showing a...

Author(s)
Dumitrache, M. O.; Györke, A.; Mircean, M.; Benea, M.; Mircean, V.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Parasitology Research, 2018, 117, 12, pp 4037-4042
AbstractFull Text

The eye nematode Thelazia callipaeda Railliet et Henry, 1910 (Spirurida: Thelaziidae) is a vector-borne zoonotic nematode infecting a range of wild and domestic carnivores as well as humans. It is considered to be a causative agent of emerging and neglected disease and currently invades central...

Author(s)
Jirků, M.; Kuchta, R.; Gricaj, E.; Modrý, D.; Pomajbíková, K. J.
Publisher
Institute of Parasitology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Ceské Budejovice, Czech Republic
Citation
Folia Parasitologica, 2020, 67, 010,
Abstract

The first case of feline ocular Thelazia callipaeda infection and two new canine imported infections in West Germany are here described. The three animals had a history of recent travel to/from other countries. The young adult cat imported from Spain presented an intermittent unilateral ocular...

Author(s)
Silva, L. M. R.; Spoerel, S.; Wiesner, L.; Klein, M.; Pantchev, N.; Taubert, A.; Hermosilla, C.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Parasitology Research, 2020, 119, 9, pp 3099-3104
Abstract

The distribution of Thelazia callipaeda, commonly known as "oriental eyeworm", has been considered for a long time to be confined to the former soviet Republics and Asia where the nematode causes infections in domestic and wild carnivores, rabbits and sometimes humans. However, since 2000,...

Author(s)
Mérindol, I.; Ravier, J. F.; Halos, L.; Guillot, J.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2018, 253, pp 26-29
Abstract

Thelazia callipaeda (Spirurida, Thelaziidae) causes ocular infection in carnivorous animals and humans. While growing numbers of companion dogs and sometimes cats are being diagnosed with thelaziosis, little is known about its real spread. As it has been also diagnosed in wild animals and human...

Author(s)
Marino, V.; Gálvez, R.; Montoya, A.; Mascuñán, C.; Hernández, M.; Barrera, J. P.; Domínguez, I.; Zenker, C.; Checa, R.; Sarquis, J.; Miró, G.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2020, 175,
Abstract

Thelazia callipaeda is a vector-borne nematode transmitted by Phortica spp. (fruit flies) and one of the causes of mild to severe conjunctivitis and keratitis in dogs, cats, rabbits and humans. It has been formerly known as the oriental eye worm based on its geographic occurrence. By now, it has...

Author(s)
Kregel-Weber, M. K.; Delling, C.; Dyachenko, V.; Lüttgenau, H.
Publisher
Georg Thieme Verlag KG, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Tierärztliche Praxis. Ausgabe K, Kleintiere/Heimtiere, 2021, 49, 1, pp 55-59
Abstract

Thelaziosis is a parasitic disease of the eye that has become more common in Europe over the last twenty years. It is caused by a nematode, order Spirurida, family Thelaziidae. The transmission of this parasite occurs by the dipteran flies. Thelazia callipaeda occurs in the conjunctival sac, under...

Author(s)
Balicka, A.; Lapšanská, M.; Halán, M.; Trbolová, A.
Publisher
Sciendo, Warsaw, Poland
Citation
Folia Veterinaria, 2018, 62, 4, pp 33-38
Abstract

Background: The fruit fly Phortica variegata (Drosophilidae: Steganinae) feeds on the ocular secretions of animals and humans, and has been described as an intermediate host of the eye worm Thelazia callipaeda (Spirurida: Thelaziidae) in Italy. Despite the increased detection of T. callipaeda in...

Author(s)
Marino, V.; Gálvez, R.; Colella, V.; Sarquis, J.; Checa, R.; Montoya, A.; Barrera, J. P.; Domínguez, S.; Lia, R. P.; Otranto, D.; Miró, G.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Parasites and Vectors, 2018, 11, 195, pp (20 March 2018)

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