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This article discusses cattle thelaziasis in Slovakia, caused by the nematodes of the genera Thelazia spp. Their intermediate hosts are the pasture flies Musca spp. (in Slovakia mainly Musca autumnalis). The worms during migration wound the eye mucosis. The infected animals often irreversibly loose ...

Author(s)
Čorba, J.; Várady, M.
Publisher
Vydáva Výskumný ústav Veterinárnej Medicíny (Research Institute of Veterinary Medicine), Košice, Slovakia
Citation
Slovenský Veterinársky Časopis, 2004, 29, 6, pp 31-32
Abstract

This study was conducted to determine the prevalence, species composition and intensity of Thelazia species infection in wild deer from southern England and to investigate whether wild deer might act as a reservoir host for Thelazia species infection in cattle. 127 roe deer and 4 fallow deer were...

Author(s)
Noronha, M.; Tennant, K. V.; Prior, R.; Woolley, S.; Fox, M. T.
Publisher
British Veterinary Association, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2006, 159, 10, pp 318-319
Abstract

Spirurid nematodes of the genus Thelazia cause ocular infection in several mammals and are transmitted by dipteran flies. Of the 10 described species, T. gulosa, T. rhodesii, T. skrjabini (affecting cattle), T. lacrymalis (affecting horses), and T. callipaeda (affecting carnivores and humans) are...

Author(s)
Otranto, D.; Traversa, D.
Publisher
American Society of Parasitologists, Lawrence, USA
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 2004, 90, 1, pp 185-188
Abstract

The occurrence of Thelazia gulosa and T. skrjabini in cattle in Italy is reported, together with an update of the prevalence of Thelazia spp. in southern Italy. Of 764 slaughtered native cattle from Bari, 55 (7.2%) were infected by Thelazia spp: T. rhodesi was present in 44 (80%) animals, T. gulosa ...

Author(s)
Giangaspero, A.; Otranto, D.; Vovlas, N.; Puccini, V.
Publisher
PRINCEPS Editions, Paris, France
Citation
Parasite, 2000, 7, 4, pp 327-329
Abstract

The genus Thelazia (Spirurida, Thelaziidae) includes a cosmopolitan group of eyeworm spirurids responsible for ocular infections in domestic and wild animals and transmitted by different species of muscids. Bovine thelaziosis is caused by Thelazia rhodesii Desmarest 1828, Thelazia gulosa Railliet & ...

Author(s)
Giangaspero, A.; Traversa, D.; Otranto, D.
Publisher
Lombardo Editore, Roma, Italy
Citation
Parassitologia (Roma), 2004, 46, 1/2, pp 257-259
Abstract

The uses of Dectomax [doramectin] and Valbazen [albendazole] are discussed: Dectomax has a high efficacy against Thelazia, strongyloses and Hypoderma, and Valbazen is used against Fasciola and nematode infections.

Author(s)
Yakubovskiy, M.
Citation
Vestsī Akadėmīī Agrarnykh Navuk Rėspublīkī Belarus', 1999, No. 1, pp 68-71
CABI Book Chapter Info
Cover for General efficacy of the macrocyclic lactones to control parasites of cattle.

Author(s)
Vercruysse, J.; Rew, R.
ISBN
2002 CAB International (H ISBN 9780851996172)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

A coprological survey was conducted to assess the spectrum of helminth parasites in mithun (Bos frontalis) and other coexisting wild (B. gaurus) and domestic livestock (zebu) in Bhutan and neighbouring Arunachal Pradesh, India [date not given]. It was shown that nematodes with direct life cycles (...

Author(s)
Tandon, V.; Kar, P. K.; Das, B.; Sharma, B.; Dorjee, J.
Publisher
Zoo Outreach Organisation, Coimbatore, India
Citation
Zoos' Print Journal, 2005, 20, 5, pp 1867-1868
Abstract

T. rhodesii was found in the eyes of 149 of 643 bovine heads (23%) that were examined at the abattoir of Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines, during the period February 1994 to February 1995. In nearly half of the animals both eyes were infected and an average of 4.1 worms per infected animal was...

Author(s)
Aken, D. van; Dargantes, A. P.; Lagapa, J. T.; Vercruysse, J.
Citation
Veterinary Parasitology, 1997, 66, 1/2, pp 125-129
Abstract

Trihedron sticky traps were used to monitor the prevalence and intensity of Thelazia spp. in face flies associated with 2 groups of cattle. Traps were set for 24 h once a week beginning 2 weeks before cattle were turned out to pasture following winter housing and continued until flies reached...

Author(s)
Kennedy, M. J.
Citation
Journal of Parasitology, 1994, 80, 2, pp 321-326

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