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Fasciolosis is an important food-borne parasitic disease affecting over two million people worldwide with economic losses related to cattle production of up to US$ 3 billion annually. Despite the long known presence of Fasciola hepatica in the Caribbean islands its transmission is not well known....

Author(s)
Vázquez, A. A.; Vargas, M. de; Alba, A.; Sánchez, J.; Alda, P.; Sabourin, E.; Vittecoq, M.; Alarcón-Elbal, P. M.; Pointier, J. P.; Hurtrez-Boussès, S.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2019, 275, pp 108955
Abstract

Malacological investigations were carried out in 5 high altitude meadows in France from July to October 1994. Two of the meadows in the Bugey region (Ain) were at altitudes of 800 to 1200 m and were permanently grazed by cattle; 3 meadows at altitudes of 1800 to 2000 m in the Tarentaise valley...

Author(s)
Massias, E. de; Rondelaud, D.; Mage, C.; Gevrey, J.
Citation
Bulletin de la Société Française de Parasitologie, 1996, 14, 1, pp 54-61
Abstract

Eighteen cases of human fascioliasis were recorded in 3 departments of Normandy (Manche, Calvados, Orne), France, in 1994-1995, of which 10 were recorded in the neighbourhood of Valognes (Manche); the estimated incidence for the department was 3.1/100 000 inhabitants. All the cases were diagnosed...

Author(s)
Cadel, S.; Barbier, D.; Duhamel, C.; Georges, P.
Citation
Bulletin de la Société Française de Parasitologie, 1996, 14, 1, pp 39-43
Abstract

Lymnaea truncatula were examined to determine whether redial burden and shedding of Fasciola hepatica cercariae vary when the same population of Lymnaea truncatula is exposed to miracidia that hatched from eggs collected in different naturally infected definitive hosts, including cattle, sheep, and ...

Author(s)
Rondelaud, D.; Dreyfuss, G.
Citation
Parasite, 1995, 2, 3, pp 275-280
Abstract

Snails from 17 populations of Lymnaea truncatula (in Haute-Vienne, France) were formed into 4 groups according to the frequency of encounters with Fasciola hepatica (with decreasing frequency from groups A to D). They were exposed individually to infection with a single miracidium. At day 30,...

Author(s)
Rondelaud, D.
Citation
Bulletin de la Société Zoologique de France, 1993, 118, 2, pp 185-193
Abstract

Attempts at the biological control of L. truncatula by the introduction of the predatory snails Zonitoides nitidus, Oxychilus draparnaudi and/or Physa fontalis are discussed and the different methods used are considered. The difficulties and limitations of such programmes, carried out in the...

Author(s)
Ximenes, T.; Rondelaud, D.; Mage, C.; Chermette, R.
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 1993, 24, 149, pp 55-61
Abstract

Uninfected L. truncatula collected in the Limoges region of France and snails with natural H. cylindracea infection were exposed in the laboratory to infection with P. daubneyi at 2 miracidia/ snail. On day 42, the mortality rates were 31, 46 and 83.4% in snails infected with H. cylindracea, P....

Author(s)
Moukrim, A.; Hourdin, P.; Rondelaud, D.
Citation
Bulletin de la Société Française de Parasitologie, 1991, 9, 2, pp 195-202
Abstract

In Cerdagne (Pyrénées-Orientales Department), on a 600-ha pasture at 1600-2000 metres altitude, where cattle from different farms situated at lower altitudes are grazed from June to September, faecal examinations in June, August and September, and PM examinations of samples from 2-4 heifers between ...

Author(s)
Mage, C.
Citation
Revue de Médecine Vétérinaire, 1989, 140, 11, pp 1033-1036
Abstract

Control strategies against bovine fascioliasis in France, where the infection is widespread, are considered. The control of the intermediate host (Lymnaea truncatula) presents inherent difficulties and is considered of little practical value, so that control must be directed towards the parasite in ...

Author(s)
Euzeby, J.
Citation
Bulletin Mensuel de la Société Vétérinaire Pratique de France, 1984, 68, 10, pp 637-646
Abstract

The epidemiological features of 187 cases of human fascioliasis which occurred in the region of Limousin, France, in the 24-year period from 1955 are analyzed. In 110 cases the plant that had been eaten was Nasturtium officinale, in 25 cases it was Roripa silvestris, in 13 cases it was these 2...

Author(s)
Rondelaud, D.
Publisher
Masson, Paris, France
Citation
Annales de Parasitologie Humaine et Comparee, 1980, 55, 4, pp 393-405

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