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parasites and vector-borne pathogens in client-owned dogs in albania. blood pathogens and seroprevalences of parasitic and other infectious agents.knowledge on the epidemiology of parasitic and vector-borne infections is still very limited for albania, a country located in the balkan peninsula in southeast europe. recent publications indicated prevalence rates of up to 52% for vector-borne infections in less-cared dogs in albania. to provide data on the epidemiological situation in dogs under veterinary care, a total of 602 client-owned dogs presented to four small animal clinics between march 2010 and april 2011 in tirana, albania, were s ...201626453093
[arthropod-borne parasites of dogs, especially leishmania, in the kosovo and albania].currently no information is available regarding canine arthropod-borne parasites in albania and the kosovo, especially the zoonotic protozoan leishmania infantum. presumably autochtonous cases of human leishmaniosis have been described for some areas (kosovo: ferizaj, gjakovo, pec, malisevo; albania: tirana, durres, elbasan, shkodra, vlore). in order to investigate the infection status of dogs of different origin sera from 272 animals (151 from albania - tirana, kamza and durres; 121 from the ko ...200819066774
survey of toxoplasma gondii and neospora caninum, haemotropic mycoplasmas and other arthropod-borne pathogens in cats from albania.albania is a country on the western part of the balkan peninsula. the mediterranean climate is favourable for the stable development of many arthropod species, which are incriminated as vectors for various agents. recently, several papers have reported on epidemiological aspects of parasitic diseases including vector-borne disease agents of dogs with zoonotic characteristics in albania. however, data on the epidemiology of feline parasitic and bacterial agents in albania is scarce.201424517118
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