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prevalence of echinococcus granulosus infection in stray dogs and herbivores in shiraz, iran.one hundred and five stray male and female dogs in different age groups were autopsied and their small intestines examined for echinococcus granulosus. thirty eight dogs (36.19%) harbored two-to-several thousand e. granulosus in their intestinal content. the prevalence rate was higher in males (44.83%) than in females (25.53%). livers and lungs of 3245 sheep, 2576 goats, 756 cattle and 25 buffaloes slaughtered for meat purposes at different shiraz slaughterhouses were examined for hydatidosis: 2 ...199910511103
the prevalence of echinococcus granulosus in dogs in shiraz, iran. 19675634133
evaluation of enzyme linked immunosorbent assay, utilizing native antigen b for serodiagnosis of human hydatidosis.hydatidosis is one of the cosmopolitan parasitic zoonoses caused by the larval stage of echinococcus granulosus. diagnosis of hydatidosis is still an unresolved problem. serological tests using crude antigens for diagnosis of e. granulosus are sensitive, however their specificity are not satisfactory. therefore, who recommended specific serological methods using specific antigens, specially native agb for proper diagnosis.200717767016
metacestodes of sheep with special reference to their epidemiological status, pathogenesis and economic implications in fars province, iran.this study was undertaken over a period of 2 years. of 7992 sheep examined, 2088 (26.12%), 2266 (28.36%), 15 (0.19%) and 738 (9.8%) were infected with echinococcus granulosus, taenia hydatigena, taenia ovis and taenia multiceps metacestodes, respectively. the prevalence was higher in animals belonging to migratory tribal people than in those owned by the permanent residents of fars province. dogs in the former group also showed significantly higher levels of infection with e. granulosus (33.3%) ...19948171825
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