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chaunus ictericus (spix, 1824) as paratenic host of the giant kidney worm dioctophyme renale (goeze, 1782) (nematoda: enoplida) in são cristóvão district, três barras county, santa catarina state, brazil.dioctophyme renale larvae have been found in cysts in the gastric wall of 5.17% (3/58) chaunus ictericus specimens from são cristóvão district, três barras municipality, santa catarina state, brazil. however, larvae of this nematode were not found in sympatric chaunus schneideri. the larvae caused a mild granulomatous reaction. this is the first report of paratenic hosts for d. renale in brazil, and probably is also the first in the neotropical region.200919664882
dioctophyme renale: prevalence and risk factors of parasitism in dogs of são cristóvão district, três barras county, santa catarina state, brazil.dioctophyme renale is a nematode that can be found parasitizing the kidney, peritoneal cavity and, rarely, other organs of canids and mustelids. this disease has high occurrence in the municipality of três barras, state of santa catarina, thus making this an interesting area to study the epidemiological aspects of infection by d. renale in dogs. among 197 dogs, 14.2% showed the parasite eggs in urine and 16.4% showed igg antibodies anti-d. renale in serum samples according to the indirect elisa ...201728198911
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