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(Metorchis conjunctus)
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  • Epidemiology of Trematode Infections: An Update. [Journal Article]
    Adv Exp Med Biol 2019; 1154:359-409Chai JY, Jung BK
  • Digenetic trematodes infecting humans are more than 91 species which belong to 46 genera all over the world. According to their habitat in definitive hosts, they are classified as blood flukes (Schistosoma japonicum. S. mekongi, S. mansoni, S. haematobium, and S. intercalatum), liver flukes (Clonorchis sinensis, Opisthorchis viverrini, O. felineus, Metorchis conjunctus, M. bilis, M. orientalis, F…
  • Clinical changes caused by the liver fluke Metorchis conjunctus in cats. [Journal Article]
    Vet Pathol 1981; 18(6):778-85Watson TG, Croll NA
  • Cats infected with metacercariae of the fluke Metorchis conjunctus were followed clinically through their infection. Cats given 200 metacercariae showed few symptoms. All the cats passed ova on the 17th day. Three hundred metacercariae caused diarrhea, icterus, discolored urine, green feces and eosinophilia after 18 to 21 days. Eosinophilia, leucine aminopeptidase and alanine aminotransferase wer…
  • Helminth parasites of fisher Martes pennanti (Erxleben) from Manitoba, Canada. [Journal Article]
    J Wildl Dis 1979; 15(3):409-12Dick TA, Leonard RD
  • Seven species of helminths were recovered during a survey of 162 fisher (Martes pennanti) from four areas of Manitoba: Baylisascaris devosi in 52 fisher; Taenia sibirica in 25; Physaloptera sp. in nine; Alaria mustelae in two; Metorchis conjunctus in one; Trichinella spiralis in one of 81; Molineus sp. in one. B. devosi was the most prevalent parasite and differences in its geographical distribut…
  • Parasites of red foxes in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. [Journal Article]
    J Wildl Dis 1978; 14(3):366-70Smith HJ
  • Sixty-one red foxes from New Brunswick and Nova Scotia were examined for helminths. Alaria americana, A. arisaemoides, A. mustelae, Cryptocotyle lingua, Echinostoma revolution and Metorchis conjunctus, Capillaria aerophila, Crenosoma vulpis, Toxocara canis, Uncinaria stenocephala and Taenia crassiceps were found. Approximately 67% of the foxes examined were clinically affected with Sarcoptes scab…
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