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Fasciola gigantica and hybrid Fasciola are distributed throughout Asia. Herein, we investigated the species of the Fasciola fluke distributed in three hotspots of fascioliasis in Cambodia. A total of 92 flukes collected from 21 slaughtered cattle from Kandal (44), Battambang (41), and Kratie (7)...

Author(s)
Loeurng, V.; Ichikawa-Seki, M.; Wannasan, A.; Sothyra, T.; Chaisowwong, W.; Tiwananthagorn, S.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 2019, 273, pp 45-51
Abstract

The epidemiology of Fasciola gigantica infection in buffaloes and cattle in Northeast Thailand is discussed. The average prevalence of the disease is 15.7% in cattle and 25.4% in buffaloes. A fascioliasis control strategy is outlined.

Author(s)
Srikitjakarn, L.; Pholpark, M.; Leidl, K.; Loehr, K. F.; Hoerchner, F.
Citation
Thai Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1988, 18, 1, pp 9-22
Abstract

The anthelmintic activity of a single sc injection of closantel in 5% solution (given at 2.5 mg/kg bwt) against F. gigantica and other parasites was determined by the critical test method in 5 naturally infected cattle. Closantel was shown to remove 100% of mature F. gigantica. All flukes were...

Author(s)
Sukhapesna, V.; Tuntasuvan, D.; Suriyajantratong, W. P.
Citation
Thai Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 1991, 21, 3, pp 165-171
Abstract

Between 10 and 30% of swamp buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) calves in Thailand die before they are weaned. Most of the deaths are caused by parasites. Invasion of the calf's umbilicus by Streptococcus or Corynebacterium easily occurs and the wound may be invaded by screwworms [larvae of Chrysomya...

Author(s)
Usanakornkul, S.
Publisher
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
Citation
Swamp buffalo reproduction., 1987, Ed. 2, pp 245-251

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