[epidemiology of alveolar echinococcosis in france. 1. intestinal helminths in the red fox (vulpes vulpes l.) from haute-savoie].in the course of an epidemiological survey concerning the alveolar echinococcosis and its causative agent, echinococcus multilocularis, the autopsies of 150 wild red foxes captured in the department of the haute-savoie between december 1983 and august 1988 disclosed 139 cases of intestinal helminthiasis with cestodes and nematodes; no trematode was found. multiple infections were frequent. the cestoda recorded consist of the following species: taenia crassiceps: 44 cases (29%); echinococcus mult ...19902344133
[helminths of the common fox (vulpes vulpes l.) from the massif central (france) (author's transl)].sixty nine wild foxes originating from auvergne for the period january 1977 to january 1978 have shown intestinal parasites in the proportion of 76,8 per cent. 59,4 per cent are invaded with cestodes; 72,4 per cent with nematodes and none with trematodes. the list of the identified species is following: 1. cestodes. a) adults and fertile forms of: mesocestoides litteratus in 27,5 per cent of the hosts; taenia crassiceps in 15,9 p.c.; t. polyacantha in 27,5 p.c.; echinococcus multilocularis in 7, ...19807458165
epidemiology of alveolar echinococcosis in southern cantal, auvergne region, france.alveolar echinococcosis (ae) is a helminth zoonosis which is encountered only in the northern hemisphere. in central france, the auvergne region represents the most western and southern extension of this helminthiasis. in 1999, a human case of ae was diagnosed in the southern part of the cantal department, where ae was supposed absent, and an epidemiological survey was subsequently carried out. the transmission of the zoonosis in the sylvatic and peridomestic definitive hosts was studied, as wel ...200415469627
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