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Zoonotic Filariasis
SUMMARY Filariae of animals, especially those of mammals, often infect humans and typically produce cryptic infections. These “zoonotic” infections have been reported from virtually all parts of theExpand
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Parasites : a guide to laboratory procedures and identification
oocysts 4.s. Neither of these important papers find a place in this bibliography, and the only reference to the problems of disinfection pf oocysts is in Czech. The disinfection problems are of greatExpand
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NEW classification.
Mansonella has been established as a valid genus, and Tetrapetalonema synonymized with it. Comparative morphological studies have resulted in the restructuring of the Mansonella group. The genus isExpand
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Morphology of the larval stages of Dirofilaria immitis in the dog.
  • T. C. Orihel
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of parasitology
  • 1 April 1961
filaria conjulnctivae (Addario, 1885). It is assumed that they are zoonotic forms. Little is known of the development of filarial species in the definitive host, the larval and adolescent stagesExpand
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Onchocerciasis in a California dog.
A 15-year-old dog that had lived all of its life on ranches and at the Wildlife Waystation on the western edge of the San Gabriel mountains near Los Angeles, California, developed an extensiveExpand
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Subconjunctival zoonotic Onchocerca in an Albanian man.
A case of subconjunctival infection with a zoonotic species of Onchocerca is described, in a 16-year-old Albanian man who had immigrated to Greece. This is the first report of human infection withExpand
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Transmission of Plasmodium schwetzi from the chimpanzee to man by mosquito bite.
Abstract Plasmodium schwetzi, a tertian malaria parasite that naturally infects chimpanzees and gorillas, was transmitted through the bites of Anopheles balabacensis balabacensis mosquitoes from theExpand
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Parasites in Human Tissues
Since there are myriad books in the field of parasitology and tropical medicine, the question one is likely to ask when first confronted with the title of this book is whether it is yet anotherExpand
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Mansonella ozzardi: a redescription with comments on its taxonomic relationships.
Mansonella ozzardi is redescribed from adult worms collected from the subcutaneous tissues of patas monkeys (Erythrocebus patas) infected with a Haitian strain of the filaria. The worms are small andExpand
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