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a retrospective study of the clinical hematology and the serum biochemistry tests made on canine dirofilariasis cases in an animal hospital population in bangkok, thailand.heartworm disease, caused by the filarial nematode, dirofilaria immitis, is a major, potentially life-threatening disease of dogs, with worldwide distribution and global significance. it is not only of veterinary importance but it also has zoonotic potential in many regions. it is considered as an endemic disease in thailand, although clinical data about the disease is rarely reported. the objectives of this study were to characterize the clinical hematology and the biochemistry of canine dirofi ...200717095027
serological survey of toxoplasma gondii, dirofilaria immitis, feline immunodeficiency virus (fiv) and feline leukemia virus (felv) infections in pet cats in bangkok and vicinities, thailand.the seroprevalence of toxoplasma gondii, dirofilaria immitis (heartworm), feline immunodeficiency virus (fiv) and feline leukemia virus (felv) infections was examined using serum or plasma samples from 746 pet cats collected between may and july 2009 from clinics and hospitals located in and around bangkok, thailand. the samples were tested for heartworm, fiv, and felv using a commercial elisa. of the 746 samples, 4.6% (34/746) were positive for heartworm antigen, 24.5% (183/746) had circulating ...201222497870
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