Quantitative diagnosis of chronic fasciolosis. 1. Comparative studies on quantitative faecal examinations for chronic Fasciola hepatica infection in sheep.

@article{Happich1969QuantitativeDO,
  title={Quantitative diagnosis of chronic fasciolosis. 1. Comparative studies on quantitative faecal examinations for chronic Fasciola hepatica infection in sheep.},
  author={F A Happich and Joseph C. Boray},
  journal={Australian veterinary journal},
  year={1969},
  volume={45 7},
  pages={326-8}
}
Introductio? Techniques for faecal examination, ranging from a simple smear to elaborate quantitative methods, have been used to diagnose chronic infection with Faxiola spp. The aim is to concentrate the eggs from the voluminous faeces, and has been successfully achieved by flotation (Vajda 1927), sedimentation (Benedek 1943) or by fractional sieving (Willmott and Pester 1952; Dorsman 1956). Many such methods with different procedures and with different flotation fluids have been described… CONTINUE READING

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