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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

Author(s)
Moore, C. P.
Publisher
College of Veterinary Medicine and Coperative Extension Service of the University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, USA
Citation
SAVMA Symposium 1994 Proceedings., 1994, pp 131-146
Abstract

The prevalence of Thelazia was investigated in 3 foci in Romania. 47 of 135, 82 of 218 and 74 of 143 cattle were infected in each focus. In the last focus infection was intense. The prevalence and extent of parasitic conjunctivitis and keratitis, and of subsequent infections was measured and their...

Author(s)
Buhățel, T.; Vesa, S.; Cosma, C.
Publisher
Institutul Agronomic, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Citation
Seminarul. Progrese ĭn terapia și combaterea zoonozelor parazitare. Cluj-Napoca, 6-7 Noviembrie 1987., 1987, pp 268-273
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Author(s)
Shaikh, H.; Karim, J.
Citation
Proceedings. XIIth World Congress on Diseases of Cattle, the Netherlands. Volume II., 1982, pp 1311-1314
Abstract

Thelazia larvae were found in the thorax of 1.6% of 4364 M. crassirostris, collected in January 1977 from cattle grazing in villages adjoining Hyderabad. This is the first report of this fly species as intermediate host of Thelazia. The 2 species of Thelazia known from India are T. rhodesii and T....

Author(s)
Reddy, Y. N.; Rao, P. N.
Citation
Proceedings of the All India Symposium on vectors and vector-borne diseases, Trivandrum, Kerala State, India, 26-28 February 1982., 1982, pp 123-124
Abstract

Infectious diseases continue to be the most common cattle health hazard in the subhumid zone of Nigeria. The principal ones are rinderpest, foot and mouth disease, and contagious bovine pleuropneumonia. Although there have been outbreaks of these in locations adjacent to the ILCA study areas, ILCA...

Author(s)
Maina, J. A.
Publisher
International Livestock Centre for Africa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Citation
Proceedings of the Second ILCA/NAPRI Symposium held in Kaduna, Nigeria, 29 October-2 November 1984, 1986, pp 167-188
Abstract

Bovine thelaziasis is widespread in the Kazakh SSR. The prevalence ranges from 16 to 80% and the intensity of infection from 8 to 73 nematodes/animal. Thelazia rhodesi only is found in the Ural, Guriev and Mangyshlak districts whereas T. gulosa and T. skrjabini are found in East, North and Central...

Author(s)
Satubaldin, Kh. S.
Publisher
Kazakhskii Nauchno-Issledovatelskii Veterinarnyi Institut, Alma-Ata, USSR
Citation
Materialy respublikanskogo seminara po bor'be s parazitarnymi boleznyami sel'skokhozyaistvennykh zhivotnykh, posvyashchennogo 100-letiyu so dnya rozhdeniya Akademika K.I. Skryabina., 1979, pp 127-134

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