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Ascariasis is a very common parasitic disease in equids, especially in young horses. Despite the use of anthelmintic… Expand Abstract AIM: To ascertain whether resistance was present in Parascaris equorum to the macrocyclic lactone anthelmintic… Expand Abstract There is evidence of resistance in horses to anthelmintic treatment using ivermectin and pyrantel. However, little… Expand Summary
This article reports the results of a faecal egg count reduction test on 4 farms in France, as an integrated part of… Expand Abstract By collecting fecal samples every 2 weeks beginning at 2 months of age, 32 foals from a single Texas farm were monitored… Expand SIR, – A four-month-old thoroughbred foal resident on a well-managed thoroughbred stud farm in Newmarket died from intestinal… Expand BACKGROUND
The objective of this study was to evaluate the level of roundworm infection in working horses slaughtered for meat… Expand Autopsies and analyses of faecal samples from working horses have shown common occurrence of ascarids in foals, whereas 19.6% of… Expand Summary Orally administered ivermectin a was 100% effective against experimentally induced 11-day-old infections of Parascaris… Expand