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[natural and synanthropic foci of echinococcus alveolaris infection (alveococcosis) in the northern areas of kyrgyzstan].the republic of kyrgyzstan, its northern area in particular, is referred to as one of the echinococcus alveolaris infection endemic areas where the highest morbidity is registered. the synanthropic foci of echinococcus alveolaris infection were first found in the at-bashin district, naryn region. twenty-three tracts in the kara-kuzhur ravine and 9 settlements in the kochkor valley directly adjacent to the ravine were surveyed. fifteen settlements and 4 tracts in the at-bashin district, narynsk r ...200818365469
representative seroprevalences of brucellosis in humans and livestock in kyrgyzstan.kyrgyzstan reported 77.5 new human brucellosis cases per 100,000 people in 2007, which is one of the highest incidences worldwide. in kyrgyzstan, the currently used diagnostic tests in humans and animals are the rose bengal test and the huddleson test. a national representative cross-sectional study using cluster sampling proportional to size in humans, cattle, sheep, and goats was undertaken to assess the apparent seroprevalence in humans and animals. a total of 4,936 livestock sera and 1,774 h ...201122143553
modelling the age variation of larval protoscoleces of echinococcus granulosus in sheep.in autumn 2006, a study of the age-dynamics of echinococcus granulosus cyst abundance was undertaken from an abattoir study of 1081 sheep slaughtered in naryn province in central kyrgyzstan, an area endemic for echinococcosis. the results demonstrated approximately 64% of sheep were infected with the prevalence increasing markedly with age. the mean abundance was 3.8 cysts per sheep. from established models, an infection pressure of 1.33 cysts per year was estimated. in addition all cysts were r ...200919504758
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