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Ascaris suum larvae were found in the lungs of a calf 10 days after it was experimentally infected with 25 000 eggs. More larvae were detected in 100 g of tissue using the combined digestion Baermann technique (29 larvae) than the standard Baermann technique (10 larvae).

Henriksen, S. A.; Krogh, H. V.
Nordisk Veterinaer Medicin, 1979, 31, 2, pp 87