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Abstract

In 2 slaughterhouses in northern Jordan 4.0% of 704 sheep, 3.6% of 391 goats, 11.4% of 280 cattle and 8.8% of 68 camels (nearly all young) had hydatid infection. Of these 7.1, 28.6, 34.4 and 66.7% resp. had fertile cysts. Sheep had more fertile multiple cysts than the other animals. Most cysts were ...

Author(s)
Al-Yaman, F. M.; Assaf, L.; Hailat, N.; Abdel-Hafez, S. K.
Citation
Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 1985, 79, 5, pp 501-506