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An Outbreak of Caparinia tripilis in a Colony of African Pygmy Hedgehogs (Atelerix albiventris) from Korea
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This is the first report of caparinic mite infestation in hedgehogs from Korea and the mites were identified as Caparinia tripilis. Expand
First report of feline intestinal trichomoniasis caused by Tritrichomonas foetus in Korea.
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This is the first clinical case of feline intestinal trichomoniasis caused by T. foetus in Korea and involves 2 female and male littermate Siamese cats raised in a household in Korea with a history of chronic persistent diarrhea. Expand
Efficacy of a combination of 10% imidacloprid and 1% moxidectin against Caparinia tripilis in African pygmy hedgehog (Atelerix albiventris)
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This report suggests that a combination formulation of 0.1 ml/Kg of 10% imidacloprid + 1% moxidectin spot-on for cats is also useful for the control of Caparinia tripilis infestation in hedgehogs. Expand
Zoonotic Intestinal Trematodes in Stray Cats (Felis catus) from Riverside Areas of the Republic of Korea
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It has been confirmed that stray cats in 5 major riverside areas of Korea are highly infected with various species of ZITs. Expand
Effects of Kimchi Extract and Temperature on Embryostasis of Ascaris suum Eggs
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Results indicate that embryogenesis of A. suum eggs in kimchi extract was affected by duration of refrigeration, and that all eggs stopped larval development completely in kKimchi kept at 5℃ for up to 60 days. Expand
First Feline Case of Otodectosis in the Republic of Korea and Successful Treatment with Imidacloprid/Moxidectin Topical Solution
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This is the first report of otodectosis in 3 cats naturally infested with O. cynotis in Gwang-ju, Korea and both natural and experimental infestations were successfully treated with 10% imidacloprid/1% moxidectin spot-on. Expand
Efficacy of Ronidazole for Treatment of Cats Experimentally Infected with a Korean Isolate of Tritrichomonas foetus
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The present study indicates that ronidazole is also effective to treat cats infected experimentally with a Korean isolate of T. foetus at a dose of 50 mg/kg twice a day for 14 days, and that rectal swab samples from cats in the control group were positive for T.foetus continuously throughout the study. Expand
First Record of Bourgelatia diducta (Nematoda: Chabertiidae) from Wild Boars in the Republic of Korea
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Gastrointestinal tracts of 87 Korean wild boars hunted in mountains in the south-western part of South Korea between 2009 and 2012 were examined for their visceral helminths to identify Bourgelatia diducta, as identified by morphological characteristics of the head and tail. Expand
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