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This disease factsheet on hookworms covers the importance of the disease, aetiology, distribution, species affected, transmission, clinical signs, postmortem lesions, diagnosis, and disease control. [The CFSPH factsheets are periodically updated and the most recent versions can be found at...

Center for Food Security and Public Health, Iowa State University, Iowa, USA
Hookworms, 2005, pp 6 pp.

Cattle, goats, pigs and dogs from the Bermo coalfield area in Bihar, India were examined for intestinal helminths. A list of the helminths collected is presented and includes 11 species found in the cattle examined, 10 from the goats, 3 from the pigs and 2 from the dogs. Ten species of trematodes...

Sharma, R. K.
Indian Journal of Helminthology, 1991, 43, 2, pp 100-103

The filarial nematodes encountered in Orissa, India, during postmortem examination of 87 sheep, 71 goats, 57 humped cattle, 28 fowls, 14 buffaloes, 8 Jersey bulls, 7 dogs, 2 cats and one camel, are reported. In addition, a further 1083 cattle and 817 buffaloes were examined from various villages in ...

Patnaik, M. M.
Indian Veterinary Journal, 1989, 66, 6, pp 573-574

Examination (post mortem) of 1946 pigs in Shillong and Nongstoin, Meghalaya, India, from March 1986 to June 1988 revealed Ascaris suum (in 51.6%), Gnathostoma hispidum (in 0.26%), Macracanthorhynchus hirudinaceus (in 6.5%) and Cysticercus cellulosae [Taenia solium]. Of 364 chickens examined, 0.2%...

Yadav, A. K.; Tandon, V.
Indian Journal of Animal Health, 1989, 28, 2, pp 169-171

The authors detected 32 human cases of ocular infection with T. callipaeda in Guang Hua, Hubei Province, China, between 1970 and 1975. Aged from 5 months to 23 years, 91% of these patients were <4 years old. Of domestic animals examined, 37 out of 39 dogs and 2 out of 4 cats were also found infected whereas 5 cattle, 40 pigs and 2 sheep were not. Worm loads were exceptionally high, ranging up to 193 adult worms...

Shi, Y. E.; Han, J. J.; Yang, W. Y.; Wei, D. X.
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1988, 82, 4, pp 627

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