TRICHINOSIS IN MARYLAND RACCOONS

@inproceedings{Winslow1966TRICHINOSISIM,
  title={TRICHINOSIS IN MARYLAND RACCOONS},
  author={Donald James Winslow and Donald L. Price and Ronald C. Neafie and Carlton M. Herman},
  year={1966}
}
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HELMINTH PARASITES OF TRANSLOCATED RACCOONS (Procyon lotor) IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES1

Disease risks associated with the helminth parasites of these translocated raccoons were not considered alarmingly high; however, potential problems that could not be discounted were artificial intensification of undesirable enzootic parasites on release sites or expression of pathogenicity by exotic parasites presently considered nonsignificant.

Sylvatic trichinosis in British Columbia: potential threat to human health from an independent cycle.

It is possible for human beings to contract trichinosis by consuming inadequately cooked meat from certain wildlife species, especially bears, as well as meat products to which game meat has been added; several local outbreaks were caused by this source.