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Control measures to prevent human infections with the food-borne zoonotic helminth Taenia saginata are currently based on meat inspection, which shows rather low diagnostic sensitivity. To develop an immunoblot for detection of T. saginata-infected cattle, crude proteins of T. saginata cysts were...

Author(s)
Abuseir, S.; Nagel-Kohl, U.; Wolken, S.; Strube, C.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
Parasitology Research, 2013, 112, 5, pp 2069-2073
Abstract

The survey of helminth anthropozoonoses in Slovakia (Czechoslovakia) is based on medical and veterinary records for 1971-1984. Hymenolepis in man was recorded sporadically, occurring largely in children and being prevalent among gipsies. Taeniasis was recorded in 3.8, 5.6 and 3.07/100 000...

Author(s)
Hovorka, J.; Štefančíková, A.
Publisher
Parazitologicý Ústav ČSAV, České Budějovice, Czechoslovakia
Citation
Proceedings of the second International Symposium on taeniasis/cysticercosis and echinococcosis/hydatidosis 2-7 December 1985, České Budějovice, Czechoslovakia, 1986, pp 318-326
Abstract

Between 1000 and 1500 cases of human hydatidosis are estimated to occur annually in Italy, causing an economic loss of 8 billion lira/year. The incidence of hydatidosis in slaughtered animals (from 31 of 91 districts) in 1982 was 4.2% in 453 921 cattle, 28.56% in 329 085 sheep, 6.39% in 28 790...

Author(s)
Arru, E.; Mantovani, A.; Vicari, G.
Publisher
Commission of the European Communities, Luxembourg, France
Citation
Agriculture. Some important parasitic infections in bovines considered from economic and social (zoonosis) points of view. Parasitological symposium, Lyons, 24-26 October 1983., 1984, pp 215-233
Abstract

The changing prevalence of taeniasis, cysticerciasis, echinococcosis and hydatidosis in man and domestic animals in Yugoslavia are discussed with reference to previous surveys. The prevalence of human taeniasis varied between 0 and 15% in different regions, except in the areas near Albania where 48 ...

Author(s)
Petrovic, Z.
Citation
Parasitologia Hungarica, 1979, 12, pp 37-39
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Author(s)
Eckert, J.
Citation
Praktische Tierarzt, 1980, 61, 4, pp 332-333
Abstract

The problems presented by cysticerciasis/taeniasis and by echinococcosis/hydatid in developing African countries are outlined. The high incidence of Cysticercus bovis still leads to much condemnation of slaughtered stock and the human infection rate with taeniasis reaches 70% in some areas. At...

Author(s)
Mann, I.
Citation
Proceedings of the 20th World Veterinary Congress, 6-12 July, 1975, Thessaloniki, Greece. Volume 1., 1976, pp 522-528
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Author(s)
Mann, I.
Citation
20th World Veterinary Congress. Summaries, volume 1., 1975, pp 206-208
Abstract

Intensification of disease control measures and expansion of departmental activities were commenced with the inauguration of the 5-year reorganization programme. Staff shortages and certain political difficulties precluded full implementation of the first year phase but fortunately the disease...

Author(s)
Petris, M. A.
Publisher
Athalassa, Cyprus: The Department.,
Citation
Republic of Cyprus. Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources Department of Veterinary Services. Annual report of the Department of Veterinary Services for the year 1965., 1965, pp 66 pp.

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