current status of food-borne parasitic zoonoses in singapore.parasitic infections adopt a rather low profile in the highly urbanized setting in singapore. very few food-borne parasitic infections are encountered. apart from a few reports of infections with clonorchis/opisthorchis, taenia spp. and hydatid disease, there are no other citations of such helminthic infections. seroprevalence surveys have shown the presence of toxoplasmosis in local meat animals (sheep, pigs and cattle) and toxoplasma strains have been isolated from the pig, tree shrew (tupaia ...19911822903
fasciola hepatica in a new zealander traveler.fascioliasis is a reemerging zoonosis endemic in many parts of the world. reports of imported fascioliasis by migrants into nonendemic countries are common, but tourists and business travelers are rarely afflicted. here, we report a case of a new zealander traveler who acquired the infection on a business trip.200818494697
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