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Cats given 200 M. conjunctus metacercariae showed few symptoms, but all passed ova on the 17th day of infection. In cats given 300 metacercariae there was diarrhoea, icterus, discoloured urine, green faeces and eosinophilia after 18 to 21 days. Leucine aminopeptidase and alanine aminotransferase...

Watson, T. G.; Croll, N. A.
Veterinary Pathology, 1981, 18, 6, pp 778-785

Lesions caused by the trematode in the dog, cat, raccoon, mink and grey fox were compared. Marked hyperplasia of the mucosa of the intrahepatic bile ducts and gall bladder was found. The inflammatory reaction consisted principally of lymphocytes and plasma cells with a few eosinophiles. Verminous...

Mills, J. H. L.; Hirth, R. S.
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 1968, 9, pp 1-6