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a risk-assessed evaluation of postmortem meat inspection procedures for ovine thysanosomiasis.a risk assessment model was used to evaluate 4 meat inspection procedures for routine detection of thysanosoma actinioides, a tapeworm that commonly infests the bile duct system of adult sheep in the united states. the overall sensitivities of different procedures ranged from 11.96 to 58.70%, and the nondetection rates per 1,000 viscera sets that passed inspection ranged from 38 to 77. on the basis of performance attributes for each procedure produced by the risk assessment model, the consumer w ...19902179178
the fringed tapeworm (thysanosoma actinioides) as a parasite of the rocky mountain elk in yellowstone national park. 19695816103
photosenitization of sheep on kleingrass pasture.the clinical appearance and serum gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase (ggt) activity were studied in 5 groups of sheep (12 per group) on kleingrass (panicum coloratum) pasture plots and in 1 group of sheep (10 animals) on native buffalograss (buchloë dactyloides) pasture. eleven sheep (at least 1 from each group on kleingrass pasture plots) had elevated serum ggt activity. seven of 11 sheep with elevated serum ggt activity developed signs of photosensitization. none of the sheep on buffalograss pastur ...19806108949
efficacy of albendazole and levamisole in sheep against thysanosoma actinioides and haemonchus contortus from the edwards plateau, texas.lambs naturally infected with thysanosoma actinioides and naturally and experimentally infected with haemonchus contortus were used in a controlled experiment to determine the anthelmintic activity of albendazole as compared with levamisole. the lambs were given 10,000 h contortus larvae 25 to 35 days before treatment, were slaughtered 7 to 9 days after treatment, and were housed on concrete from the time of treatment until slaughter. in lambs given doses of 7.5 mg or 3.8 mg of albendazole/kg or ...19807369618
anoplocephalid cestodes of veterinary and medical significance: a review.cestodes of the family anoplocephalidae cholodkovsky, 1902, in their adult form, parasitize a variety of hosts, including reptiles, birds and mammals. to complete their life cycle, an intermediate host is required. this study gives a critical review of the life cycles of genera principally important to veterinary medicine (but sporadically infecting man): anoplocephalinae (anoplocephala, anoplocephaloides, bertiella and moniezia) and thysanosomatinae (avitellina, stilesia, thysaniezia and thysan ...19989516990
oribatid mites as intermediate hosts of thysanosoma actinioides (cestoda: anoplocephalidae): a preliminary study.thysanosoma actinioides diesing, 1834 (cestoda: anoplocephalidae) parasitizes domestic and wild herbivores, and its life cycle has not yet been completely elucidated. the aim of this study was to analyze the role of oribatid mites as intermediate hosts of t. actinioides. the work was carried out at a merino sheep breeding farm situated in the pre-cordillera region near bariloche city, río negro province, argentina. the proglottids of t. actinioides were obtained from feces of infected sheep. in ...200211750120
nitrogen and amino acid composition of three species of anoplocephalid cestodes: moniezia expansa, thysanosoma actinioides, and cittotaenia perplexa. 196013807281
the effects of bithionol and other compounds on the fringed tapeworm, thysanosoma actinioides, of sheep. 196213860574
the occurrence of thysanosoma actinioides diesing, 1834 (cestoda: anoplocephalidae) in a najdi camel in saudi arabia.the fringed tapeworm thysanosoma actinioides was recovered from the liver of a najdi camel (camelus dromedarius) slaughtered in central saudi arabia. t. actinioides is recorded for the first time as a parasite of old world camels.200515922510
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