RA Stoddard

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This report offers a consensus opinion on the diagnosis, epidemiology, treatment, and prevention of leptospirosis in dogs, an important zoonosis. Clinical signs of leptospirosis in dogs relate to development of renal disease, hepatic disease, uveitis, and pulmonary hemorrhage. Disease may follow periods of high rainfall, and can occur in dogs roaming in(More)
An investigation of the prevalence and intensity of soil-transmitted helminthiases was undertaken in four villages in Oyo state, Nigeria. Diagnosis was based on examination of stool samples for the presence of helminth ova in all age classes. The prevalence of Ascaris lumbriocoides ranged from 61.5-72.2%, of Trichuris trichiura from 65-74%, and of hookworm(More)
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