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- 1. 蟯虫症および鞭虫症 enterobiasis pinworm and trichuriasis whipworm
- 2. 駆虫薬療法 anthelminthic therapies
- 3. 鉤虫感染 hookworm infection
- 4. 集団寄生虫駆除 population deworming
- 5. 小児における直腸脱の概要 overview of rectal prolapse in children
- Frequency of intestinal parasites in pet dogs from an urban area (Greater Oporto, northern Portugal).
- Neves D1, Lobo L2, Simões PB3, Cardoso L4.Author information 1Hospital Veterinário do Porto, Oporto, Portugal. Electronic address: firstname.lastname@example.orgHospital Veterinário do Porto, Oporto, Portugal; Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, Lisbon, Portugal; CECA - Centro de Estudos de Ciência Animal, Universidade do Porto, Portugal.3Inno Laboratories - Serviços Especializados em Veterinária, Braga, Portugal.4Department of Veterinary Sciences, School of Agrarian and Veterinary Sciences, University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real, Portugal; Parasite Disease Group, IBMC - Instituto de Biologia Molecular e Celular, Universidade do Porto, Oporto, Portugal.AbstractThe present study was conducted to evaluate the prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in dogs with no clinical signs (n=175; group H) and in dogs with gastrointestinal disease (n=193; group D) that were admitted to a veterinary hospital. In group H, the overall prevalence of intestinal parasites (i.e. the presence of at least one species) was 20.6%. Cystoisospora canis was the most prevalent protozoon (8.0%) followed by Giardia spp. (7.4%); Toxocara canis (5.1%) was the most frequent helminth, followed by Trichuris vulpis (1.1%) and Toxascaris leonina (0.6%). Among group H, age≤6 months was found to be a risk factor for infection with C. canis and with at least one agent (odds ratio [OR]=3.4). In group D parasites were found in 33.7% of the dogs, with Giardia spp. (15.5%) being the most prevalent species, followed by C. canis (13.5%), T. canis (7.8%), T. vulpis (2.6%) and T. leonina (0.5%). In group D dogs, age≤6 months was a risk factor for infection with Giardia spp. (OR=3.2), with C. canis (OR=32.7) and with at least one agent (OR=7.2). This study reveals a remarkable number of dogs infected but with no clinical signs.
- Veterinary parasitology.Vet Parasitol.2014 Mar 1;200(3-4):295-8. doi: 10.1016/j.vetpar.2013.11.005. Epub 2013 Nov 16.
- The present study was conducted to evaluate the prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in dogs with no clinical signs (n=175; group H) and in dogs with gastrointestinal disease (n=193; group D) that were admitted to a veterinary hospital. In group H, the overall prevalence of intestinal parasites
- PMID 24433853
- Current Status of Human Hookworm Infections, Ascariasis, Trichuriasis, Schistosomiasis Mekongi and Other Trematodiases in Lao People's Democratic Republic.
- Laymanivong S, Hangvanthong B, Keokhamphavanh B, Phommasansak M, Phinmaland B, Sanpool O, Maleewong W, Intapan PM.Author information Laboratory Unit, Centre of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology, Ministry of Health, Lao PDR; Department of Parasitology and Research and Diagnostic Center for Infectious Disease, Faculty of Medicine, Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen, Thailand.AbstractSoil-transmitted helminth (STH) infections, and schistosomiasis and other trematodiases often have a high prevalence in developing countries. Here, we present updated information on the prevalence of these parasites in the Lao People's Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) in 2012, arising from the annual national helminthiasis survey. Fecal specimens were collected from 8,610 inhabitants of 12 provinces and one municipality (Bokeo, Houaphan, Luang Namtha, Luang Prabang, Oudomxay, and Phongsaly Provinces from northern Lao PDR; Bolikhamxay and Xieng Khouang Provinces and Vientiane Municipality from the central part of the country; and Attapeu, Champasak, Saravan, and Sekong Provinces from southern Lao PDR). The overall prevalence of three major STHs, Ascaris lumbricoides, Trichuris trichiura, and hookworms (Necator americanus and Ancylostoma duodenale) were 11.6%, 8.5%, and 25.0%, respectively. Prevalence of Schistosoma mekongi infection was 0.1%, and of miscellaneous trematodiases (including opisthorchiasis) was 14.0%. Clearly, the nationwide parasite control project is still necessary to reduce morbidity caused by helminthic diseases.
- The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene.Am J Trop Med Hyg.2014 Feb 10. [Epub ahead of print]
- Soil-transmitted helminth (STH) infections, and schistosomiasis and other trematodiases often have a high prevalence in developing countries. Here, we present updated information on the prevalence of these parasites in the Lao People's Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) in 2012, arising from the annual n
- PMID 24515942
- Current status of soil transmitted helminths and Schistosoma mansoni infection among children in two primary schools in North Gondar, Northwest Ethiopia: a cross sectional study.
- Mathewos B, Alemu A, Woldeyohannes D, Alemu A, Addis Z, Tiruneh M, Aimero M, Kassu A.AbstractBACKGROUND: School age children are one of the groups at high risk for intestinal parasitic infections especially in developing countries like Ethiopia as the supply of good quality drinking water and latrine coverage are poor. Though there are previous data on the prevalence of soil transmitted helminths (STHs) and Schistosoma mansoni infection among these high risk groups current status in the study area is unknown. Therefore, the aim of this study was to determine the current prevalence and associated risk factors of STHs and S. mansoni infections among school children.
- BMC research notes.BMC Res Notes.2014 Feb 10;7(1):88. [Epub ahead of print]
- BACKGROUND: School age children are one of the groups at high risk for intestinal parasitic infections especially in developing countries like Ethiopia as the supply of good quality drinking water and latrine coverage are poor. Though there are previous data on the prevalence of soil transmitted hel
- PMID 24512613
- 是枝 輝紀,野㞍 麻里子,堂下 さつき [他],松林 誠,芝原 友幸,岡野 良一
- 日本獣医師会雑誌 68(5), 297-300, 2015
- 鹿児島県内の黒毛和種を飼養する1農場で，5カ月齢の子牛が下痢と脱水を呈して死亡したため，病性鑑定を実施した．剖検では空回腸と直腸粘膜の充出血，直腸粘膜に牛鞭虫の寄生を認めた．病理組織学的に直腸粘膜にコクシジウムの重度寄生による出血性腸炎を認めた．直腸病変部のパラフィン包埋切片から抽出したDNAを用いたPCR検査で，Eimeria (E.) bovisとE. zuerniiの特異遺伝子を認めた．また …
- NAID 130005078180
- Risk Factors and Spatial Distribution of Schistosoma mansoni Infection among Primary School Children in Mbita District, Western Kenya
- Nagi Sachiyo,Chadeka Evans A.,Sunahara Toshihiko,Mutungi Faith,Justin Yombo K. Dan,Kaneko Satoshi,Ichinose Yoshio,Matsumoto Sohkichi,Njenga Sammy M.,Hashizume Masahiro,Shimada Masaaki,Hamano Shinjiro
- PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 8(7), e2991, 2014-07-24
- … The prevalence of hookworm, Trichuris trichiura and Ascaris lumbricoides were 6.1%, 5.2% and 2.3%, respectively. …
- NAID 120005477035
- 豚鞭虫卵に汚染された堆肥による子豚の豚鞭虫症の発生事例 (日本獣医師会雑誌(日獣会誌)) -- (産業動物臨床・家畜衛生関連部門)
- 木本 裕桓,中島 亮太朗,大園 正陽 [他]
- 日本獣医師会雑誌 = Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association 67(4), 259-262, 2014-04
- NAID 40020063942
- Trichuris [trik-u´ris] the whipworms, a genus of nematodes parasitic in the intestinal tract. T. trichiu´ra, the cause of trichuriasis in humans. Trichuris (trik'yū'ris), A genus of aphasmid nematodes (sometimes improperly termed Trichocephalus ...
- Trichuris Trich·u·ris (trĭ-kyur'ĭs) n. A genus of aphasmid nematodes related to the trichina worm and parasitic in the intestines of mammals. Also called whipworm.
- Trichuris、Trichuris trichiura