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A survey of ectoparasite infestations in stray dogs of Gwang-ju City, Republic of Korea.
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Investigation of the incidence of ectoparasite infestation among stray dogs in Gwang-ju City, Republic of Korea found dogs less than 1 yr old were more heavily infected than other age groups, and small-sized dogs of less than 3 kg body weight were more heavy infected than larger dogs. Expand
Comparison of selected canine vector-borne diseases between urban animal shelter and rural hunting dogs in Korea
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It is indicated that the risk of exposure to vector-borne diseases in rural hunting dogs can be quite high in Korea, while the urban environment may not be suitable for tick infestation on dogs, as evidenced by the low infection status of tick-borne pathogens in stray dogs. Expand
Ocular infection of cattle with Setaria digitata.
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The ocular infection with S. digitata reported herein may document the first aberrant case in Korean cattle. Expand
Molecular analysis of S gene of spike glycoprotein of winter dysentery bovine coronavirus circulated in Korea during 2002–2003
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The phylogenetic analysis of the entire S glycoprotein gene revealed that the aa sequences of all Korean WD strains were more homologous to each other and were very closely related to respiratory bovine coronavirus (RBCV) strain OK and enteric bovines coronav virus (EBCV] strain LY-138, but were distinct from the other known BCoVs. Expand
The first outbreak of Chorioptes texanus (Acari: Psoroptidae) infestation in a cattle farm in Korea.
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Although the chorioptic mange may not influence the mortality rate in the affected farm, reports indicate that a decline in milk production can be observed and the mites were identified as Choriptes texanus. Expand
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
Canine Leishmaniasis Control in the Context of One Health
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The futility of culling infected dogs, whether healthy or sick, as a measure to control the domestic reservoir of L. infantum and reduce the risk for visceral leishmaniasis is highlighted. Expand
Concurrent Capillaria and Heterakis infections in zoo rock partridges, Alectoris graeca.
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Two adult rock partridges raised in a city zoo were examined parasitologically and pathologically and a capillarid nematode was identified as Capillaria obsignata and Heterakis gallinarum, the first report of concurrent infections with C. obsignATA and H. gallinarium in rock partridge. Expand
An Autochthonous Case of Canine Visceral Leishmaniasis in Korea
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A 12-year-old spayed female mixed-bred dog presented with nasal bleeding of 2 days duration and a skin nodule in the left flank, which is the first autochthonous case of canine leishmaniasis in Korea. 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
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