Concurrent Infection of Hydatidosis and Fasciolosis in Cattle Slaughtered at Mekelle Municipal Abattoir , Tigray Region

@inproceedings{Berhe2011ConcurrentIO,
  title={Concurrent Infection of Hydatidosis and Fasciolosis in Cattle Slaughtered at Mekelle Municipal Abattoir , Tigray Region},
  author={Gebretsadik Berhe and Gebrehiwot Tadesse and Habtom Kiros and Negus Abebe},
  year={2011}
}
An abattoir survey was carried out in Mekelle municipal abattoir, Ethiopia to determine the prevalence of concurrent infections of hydatidosis and fasciolosis in cattle. A total of 4,481 slaughtered cattle were studied by anteand post-mortem examinations. From the total 4,481 slaughtered cattle examined at Mekelle municipality abattoir, 357 (8%) were found to harbor mixed infection of hydatidosis and fasciolosis. While the individual prevalence of hydatidosis and fasciolosis was 32.11% and 24… CONTINUE READING

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