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Prevalence of Paramphistomosis in Ruminants in Ashenge, Tigray Ethiopia

@inproceedings{Hagos2015PrevalenceOP,
  title={Prevalence of Paramphistomosis in Ruminants in Ashenge, Tigray Ethiopia},
  author={Yohannes Hagos and Kidane Weldu and Messele G. Michael},
  year={2015}
}
Paramphistomosis is one of the trematode infections in domestic ruminants that have received little or no attention in Ethiopia because of misbelief that it does not cause disease in animals. However, this infection causes substantial economic losses to livestock industry and is widely spread and reported in ruminants of different parts of Ethiopia especially in areas having water logged and marshy grazing fields. A well-documented information on its occurrence in ruminants of Tigray region is… 

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