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infectious keratoconjunctivitis in free-ranging mule deer (odocoileus hemionus) from zion national park, utah.an epizootic of infectious keratoconjunctivitis (ik) was studied opportunistically in free-ranging mule deer (odocoileus hemionus) from zion national park, utah (usa), from november 1992 to march 1994. moraxella sp. and chlamydia sp. were isolated from the conjunctiva of two of seven deer. in addition, thelazia californiensis occurred on the conjunctivas of six of seven deer. based on field observations, adults appeared to be affected clinically at a higher incidence during both years as opposed ...19968722272
bacteria and nematodes in the conjunctiva of mule deer from wyoming and utah.swabs of conjunctiva were collected from 44 live and 226 hunter-harvested mule deer (odocoileus hemionus) from wyoming and utah (usa). we identified 29 gram negative and 22 gram positive bacterial taxonomic categories, but many isolates from hunter-harvested animals were environmental contaminants. staphylococcus spp. and micrococcus spp. were the most common gram positive bacteria isolated, and enterobacter spp., escherichia coli, and pseudomonas spp. were common gram negative bacteria isolated ...200011085445
thelazia californiensis conjunctival infestation.there are few reports of thelazia californiensis infestation in humans in the literature. the authors report the clinical and histopathologic features of two patients who presented with symptoms of a mild unilateral chronic conjunctivitis from infestation by this parasite. in each case, the symptoms resolved immediately after removal of the worms. these are the first two patients from the rocky mountain area to be described with an infection from this particular worm. t. californiensis should be ...19968858640
conjunctivitis caused by thelazia californiensis. 19902240148
conjunctivitis due to thelazia californiensis.a patient with chronic conjunctivitis was found to have a parasitic nematode infection of the conjunctiva. the parasite was found within the cul-de-sac of the conjunctiva, entirely motile. the treatment of the conjunctivitis was simple removal of the organism, and periodic follow up.19751169933
a survey of thelazia californiensis, a mammalian eye worm, with new locality records. 195613366826
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