human cystic echinococcosis in kyrgystan: an epidemiological study.human cystic echinococcosis (ce), caused by echinococcus granulosus, is an emerging disease in central asia. this study examined official data on the incidence of ce between 1991 and 2000 and studied routine hospital records in the main surgical hospitals in bishkek, kyrgystan, between 1990 and 2000. in addition, a cross-sectional ultrasound study of a rural population was undertaken in northern kyrgystan. the results of this study have indicated that the annual incidence of ce over the whole of ...200312505183
[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
rumen ciliate protozoa of domestic sheep (ovis aries) and goat (capra aegagrus hircus) in kyrgyzstan.species composition and concentration of rumen ciliate protozoa were investigated in the rumen contents of 14 domestic sheep and 1 goat living in bishkek, kyrgyzstan. this is the first report on rumen ciliates from ruminants living in kyrgyzstan. in sheep 12 genera, 28 species and 12 morphotypes were detected, whereas in goat 8 genera, 12 species and 4 morphotypes were detected. the density of ciliates in sheep was (28.1 ± 20.0) × 10(4) cells ml(-1) and in goat was 37.0 × 10(4) cells ml(-1). das ...201626850444
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