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Opisthorchiasis is a public health problem in South-East Asian countries and Eastern Europe. The infection implicates mainly two species of Opisthorchis, namely O. viverrini and O. felineus, that occur mostly in fish-eating mammals and humans, although there are rare reports of human cases...

Author(s)
Sahu, R.; Biswal, D. K.; Roy, B.; Tandon, V.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Citation
Journal of Helminthology, 2016, 90, 5, pp 607-614
Abstract

The prevalence of metacestodiasis was investigated in 279 cattle, 171 pigs and 269 goats slaughtered at various abattoirs in Mizoram, Nagaland and Assam, India, between March 1986 and August 1987. The overall infection rates in the 3 states were 14.69%, 14.61% and 27.50%, respectively. The...

Author(s)
Roy, B.; Tandon, V.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Health, 1989, 28, 1, pp 5-10
Abstract

L. meghalayensis sp. nov. (16 specimens) from the rumen of 2 cattle slaughtered at Shillong, India, is described. It differs from all known species of the genus in the structure of the pharynx and an acetabulum of 'streptocoelium-type'. It is further characterized by the Laurer's canal not crossing ...

Author(s)
Roy, B.; Tandon, V.
Citation
Zoologischer Anzeiger, 1990, 225, 1/2, pp 63-70
Abstract

The prevalence rates for 15 nematode species found in 1986-1988 in livestock from Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Assam, India, are recorded. 4 species were found in cattle, 6 in goats and 6 in pigs. The most prevalent species in cattle, pigs and goats were Setaria cervi, Ascaris suum and Haemonchus ...

Author(s)
Yadav, A. K.; Tandon, V.; Roy, B.
Citation
Indian Journal of Helminthology, 1989, 41, Supplement, pp 55-60
Abstract

An investigation to determine the prevalence of fascioliasis in beef cattle in Meghalaya, India, was undertaken. The livers of 2331 one-year-old cattle, slaughtered at Shillong, Nongstoin, Jowai and Tura districts, between November 1985 and October 1987, were examined. Fasciola gigantica infection...

Author(s)
Roy, B.; Tandon, V.
Citation
Indian Journal of Helminthology, 1989, 41, 2, pp 136-140
Abstract

Between December 1985 and March 1988, a thorough survey was undertaken to evaluate the incidence and intensity of helminth infections among ruminants North-East India. During the course of the investigation 2 relatively uncommon species of amphistomes were found parasitizing cattle and goats in...

Author(s)
Roy, B.; Tandon, V.
Citation
Indian Journal of Helminthology (New Series), 1989, 6, 1, pp 1-4
Abstract

Seasonal variations in the prevalence of Fasciola gigantica and Eurytrema pancreaticum in cattle, and Opisthorchis noverca, Artyfechinostomum malayanum, Fasciolopsis buski and Gastrodiscoides hominis in pigs, were studied post-necropsy over a 1 year period in a humid, subtropical north-east hilly...

Author(s)
Roy, B.; Tandon, V.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1992, 41, 1-2, pp 69-76
Abstract

Between April 1986 and March 1987, autopsies of 152 goats from Tripura, India, revealed the presence of S. cervi infection in the peritoneal cavity of 8 animals. In a concurrent study in Tripura, 92 of 450 (20.4%) cattle were found to be infected with S. cervi. This is thought to be the first...

Author(s)
Yadav, A. K.; Tandon, V.; Roy, B.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Health, 1988, 27, 2, pp 179-180

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