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[hepatobiliary fascioliasis and echinococcosis/hydatidosis in domestic animals in haiti].in haiti, hepatobiliary fascioliasis and hepatic hydatid cysts cause major economic losses among livestock. surveys show high prevalence rates for bovine distomatosis caused by fasciola hepatica (10.7% to 22.78%). among small ruminants, the prevalence of distomatosis is low (sheep: 3.2%, goats: 0.9%) although dicrocoelium dendriticum is found in 1.1% of sheep. hepatic hydatidosis is more common among pigs (5.2%) and sheep (2.1%) than among goats (0.9%) and cattle (0.3%). in the case of dogs, 21% ...200718293622
cryptosporidium population genetics: evidence of clonality in isolates from france and haiti. 200617169061
editorial: bongo-drum disease. 19744136655
survey for cyclospora cayetanensis in domestic animals in an endemic area in haiti.from january 1997 through july 1998, we examined stool samples from 327 domestic animals, including pigs, cattle, horses, goats, dogs, cats, guinea pigs, chicken, ducks, turkeys, and pigeons in leogane, haiti, for the presence of cyclospora cayetanensis infection. no coccidian oocysts morphologically compatible with c. cayetanensis were detected in any of the animal samples, despite their living in, or near, households with infected individuals. these results suggest that domestic animals are no ...199910386455
the relationship of haitian small farm management to goat and cattle diseases.a 40 week study of 43 farmers, 60 goats and 60 cattle was conducted in order to identify abnormal conditions or diseases and predisposing seasonal, managemental or nutritional factors. farms were visited, farmers interviewed and animals examined up to 4 times, about every 10 weeks and bled for ht, total wbc, selected serum vitamins and minerals hair collected for mineral analysis. soil and forages were collected for analysis. there were serious soil, forage and animal phosphorus and lesser vitam ...19938134655
a survey of goat and cattle diseases in the artibonite valley, haiti, west indies.a 40 week study of 43 farmers, 60 goats and 60 cattle was conducted in order to identify abnormal conditions or diseases and predisposing seasonal, managemental or nutritional factors. farms were visited, farmers interviewed and animals examined up to 4 times, about every 10 weeks, and bled for ht, total wbc, selected serum vitamins and minerals, hair collected for mineral analysis. soil and forages were collected for analysis. animals were generally in fair condition, with poor growth and repro ...19938134641
considerations in searching for the cause of aids. 19846598303
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