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Título : An study of the prevalence of paramphistomosis in slaughtered calves in Castilla y León
Autor : Ferreras, Mª del Carmen, González Lanza, Camino, Pérez Pérez, Valentín, Mezo, Mercedes, Benavides, Julio, González, M., Delgado, L., Martínez Ibeas, Ana, Manga-González, M. Yolanda
Fecha de publicación : 2011
Editor: Sociedade Portuguesa de Patología Animal
Sociedad Española de Anatomía Patológica Veterinaria
Citación : Abstract book of II Iberic Meeting of Veterinary Pathology : 148 (2011)
XVI Annual Meeting of the Portuguese Society of Animal Pathology (2011)
XXIII Annual Meeting of the Spanish Society of Veterinary Anatomical Pathology (2011)
Resumen: Paramphistomosis is a ruminant digestive parasitosis caused by different species of trematodes (Digenea), belonging to severalt genera (Paramphistomum, Calicophoron and Cotylophoron). The objective of this study was to assess the prevalence of paramphistomosis in bovines in the slaughterhouse, using parasitological and histopathological methods.
Descripción : 1 página.-- Póster presentado al II Iberic Meeting of Veterinary Pathology (Lisboa, 1 al 3 de junio de 2011).
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ISBN : 978-989-704-016-0
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