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Geographical distribution of cutaneous leishmaniasis and sand flies in Pakistan.
Cutaneous leishmaniasis is found in all the four provinces of Pakistan; these are NWFP, Balochistan, Sindh and Punjab. In Balochistan the areas from where the patients came are Uthal, Quetta andExpand
Three Trematodes Including Two New Species from Fishes of the Karachi Coast
Three trematodes are described from three different species of Karachi coast fishes. Complexo‐bursa magna sp.n., from Lates calcarifer, is characterized by its large body size, unlotxjd roundedExpand
Bile Duct Hyperplasia and Associated Abnormalities in the Buffaloes Infected With Fasciola gigantica
Liver samples of buffaloes infected with Fasciole gigantica were collected from the main abattoir of Hyderabad City. Histological studies of infected livers revealed severe damage resulting inExpand
Rhabdochona parastromatei sp.n. (Nematoda, Rhabdochonidae) from the Fish Parastromateus niger (Bleeker) of the Karachi Coast
Rhabdochona (Rhabdochona) parastromatei sp.n. is characterized by its relatively large body size, 16 teeth in pros tome, right spicule 0.48‐0.50 mm and left 0.10‐0.12 mm in length, 9–10 pairs ofExpand
Histopathologic Alterations Associated with Syphacia sp. (Nematode) in the Intestine of Nesokia indica
The present work was undertaken to study the histopathological changes in the intestine of male rat Nesokia indica. Histopathological sections of infected intestine were prepared by fixing smallExpand
Marine fish trematodes of W. Pakistan. X. Tormopsolus spatulatum sp.n. (Acanthocolpidae: Acanthocolpinae) from a fish off Karachi Coast.
Tormopsolus spatulatum sp. n. is described from a fish belonging to genus Cybium taken off the Karachi coast . It is characterize d by possessin g a long forebody, very long prepharynx and esophagusExpand
Acanthocephala of fishes of Pakistan.