a survey of helminths in domestic cats in the pretoria area of transvaal, republic of south africa. part 1: the prevalence and comparison of burdens of helminths in adult and juvenile cats.the helminths found in 1,502 necropsied cats were examined. the findings indicated that 65% of the cats were infested. the most prevalent helminths encountered were ancylostoma tubaeforme (41%), ancylostoma braziliense (25%), dipylidium caninum (23%), toxocara cati (11%), taenia taeniaeformis (7.7%), ancylostoma caninum (3.3%), joyeuxiella fuhrmanni (2.5%), ancylostoma ceylanicum (1.4%), and physaloptera praeputialis (1.3%). the following helminths were recorded in fewer than 1% of the cats: cen ...19892634770
experimental infection of ancylostoma braziliense in dogs and cats in thailand. i. morphology, route of infection, worm burden and egg output. 19744839079
the migratory behavior of the infective-stage larvae of ancylostoma braziliense and ancylostoma tubaeforme in rodent paratenic hosts. 19715156466
the pathogenicity of ancylostoma braziliense. i. the course of the egg-production by a hookworm population in its host. 19655853467
ancylostoma genettae, a. protelesis, a. somaliense: three new species from wild carnivora in the somali republic.ancylostoma braziliense was found in somalia in acinonyx jubatus, canis familiaris, c. mesomelas, crocuta crocuta, felis catus, f. libyca, genetta genetta, otocyon megalotis, proteles cristatus; a. caninum in a. jubatus, c. familiaris, c. mesomelas, c. crocuta; a. duodenale in c. crocuta; a. iperodontatum in lynx caracal; a. paraduodenale in felis serval; a. tubaeforme in a. jubatus, f. catus, f. libyca; arthrocephalus gambiense in ichneumia albicauda; uncinaria parvibursata in mellivora capensi ...19958778662
hookworms of feral cats in florida.thirty feral cats (felis catus) from alachua county (northern florida) and 30 from palm beach county (southern florida) were examined for hookworms. two species, ancylostoma tubaeforme and ancylostoma braziliense, were identified. forty-five cats (75%) were infected with a. tubaeforme, with a mean intensity of 48 hookworms per cat. twenty cats (33%) were infected with a. braziliense, with a mean intensity of 28 worms per cat. the prevalence of a. tubaeforme was greater than that of a. braziliens ...200312860064
cutaneous larva migrans: the creeping eruption.cutaneous larva migrans (clm) is the most common tropically acquired dermatosis. it is caused by hookworm larvae, which are in the feces of infected dogs and cats. the condition occurs mainly in the caribbean and new world, and anyone walking barefoot or sitting on a contaminated beach is at risk. ancylostoma braziliense and ancylostoma caninum are the most common hookworms responsible for clm. the lesions, called creeping eruptions, are characteristically erythematous, raised and vesicular, lin ...200312953933
hookworms of dogs and cats as agents of cutaneous larva migrans.dogs and cats are hosts to hookworms that may cause zoonotic disease, most notably, cutaneous larva migrans. ancylostoma braziliense is most often implicated in dermatological lesions, and ancylostoma caninum has been associated with eosinophilic enteritis and suggested as a possible cause of diffuse unilateral subacute neuroretinitis in humans. other manifestations include eosinophilic pneumonitis, localized myositis, folliculitis, erythema multiforme, or ophthalmological manifestations. ancylo ...201020189454
[cutaneous larva migrans].as a result of the rise of mass tourism with increasingly cheap and exotic destinations, tropical diseases are becoming an increasingly important part of dermatology. infection with cutaneous larva migrans is one of the most common "souvenirs" from the tropics. the disease is caused by the nematode infection with dog or cat hookworm parasites (ancylostoma braziliense or a. caninum). the characteristic manifestation is a gyrated, serpiginous and in some cases vesicular erythema, which appears aft ...200818626615
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