Veterinary helminthology

2017-08-03T07:39:01+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Trichinella spiralis, Capillaria plica, Toxascaris leonina, Capillaria hepatica, Metastrongylus, Thelazia callipaeda, Elaeophora bohmi, Elaeophora schneideri, Elaeophora abramovi, Elaeophora elaphi, Elaeophora poeli, Elaeophora sagitta, Toxocara canis, Haemonchus contortus, Dirofilaria repens, Thelaziasis, Ascaridia galli, Capillaria aerophila, Thelazia, Muellerius capillaris, Habronema, Fasciolosis, Dipylidium caninum, Filariasis, Strongylidae, Dictyocaulus, Fasciola, Gyrodactylus salaris, Fascioloides magna, Gorgodera amplicava, Gapeworm, Cylicocyclus nassatus, Parascaris equorum flashcards Veterinary helminthology
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  • Trichinella spiralis
    Trichinella spiralis is an ovoviviparous nematode parasite, occurring in rodents, pigs, horses, bears, and humans, and is responsible for the disease trichinosis.
  • Capillaria plica
    Capillaria plica (dog bladder worm) is a parasitic nematode which is most often found in the urinary bladder, and occasionally in the kidneys, of dogs and foxes.
  • Toxascaris leonina
    Toxascaris leonina is a common parasitic roundworm found in dogs, cats, foxes, and related host species.
  • Capillaria hepatica
    Capillaria hepatica is a parasitic nematode which causes hepatic capillariasis in rodents and numerous other mammal species, including humans.
  • Metastrongylus
    Metastrongylus is a genus of nematodes of the family Metastrongylidae, usually found as lungworms in pigs and sometimes causing verminous bronchitis.
  • Thelazia callipaeda
    Thelazia callipaeda is a parasitic nematode, and the most common cause of "thelaziasis" (or "eyeworm" infestation) in humans, dogs and cats.
  • Elaeophora bohmi
    Elaeophora bohmi is a nematode parasite found in various arteries of the horse.
  • Elaeophora schneideri
    Elaeophora schneideri (arterial worm; cause of elaeophorosis, aka "filarial dermatitis" or "sorehead" in sheep; or "clear-eyed" blindness in elk) is a nematode which infests several mammalian hosts in North America.
  • Elaeophora abramovi
    Elaeophora abramovi is a nematode parasite found in the hepatic arteries of the Moose (Alces alces) in Russia.
  • Elaeophora elaphi
    Elaeophora elaphi is a nematode parasite found in the blood vessels of the liver in Red Deer (Cervus elaphus) in certain parts of Spain.
  • Elaeophora poeli
    Elaeophora poeli is a parasitic nematode found in the aorta, and sometimes the heart, of various cattle throughout Asia, and in parts of Africa.
  • Elaeophora sagitta
    Elaeophora sagitta is a parasitic nematode found in the heart, coronary arteries and pulmonary arteries of several ruminant species and African buffaloes in Africa.
  • Toxocara canis
    Toxocara canis (also known as dog roundworm) is worldwide-distributed helminth parasite of dogs and other canids.
  • Haemonchus contortus
    Haemonchus contortus, also known as the barber's pole worm, is very common parasite and one of the most pathogenic nematodes of ruminants.
  • Dirofilaria repens
    Dirofilaria repens is a filarial nematode that affects dogs and other carnivores such as cats, wolves, coyotes, foxes, muskrats, and sea lions.
  • Thelaziasis
    Thelaziasis (occasionally spelled "thelaziosis") is the term for infestation with parasitic nematodes of the genus Thelazia.
  • Ascaridia galli
    Ascaridia galli is a parasitic roundworm belonging to the phylum Nematoda.
  • Capillaria aerophila
    Capillaria aerophila is a nematode parasite found in the respiratory tract of foxes, dogs, and various other carnivorous mammals.
  • Thelazia
    Thelazia is a genus of nematode worms which parasitize the eyes and associated tissues of various bird and mammal hosts, including humans.
  • Muellerius capillaris
    Muellerius capillaris (Mueller, 1889), also known as hair lungworm, is nematode parasite of small ruminants.
  • Habronema
    Habronema muscae is an internal stomach parasite that is most commonly found in horses.
  • Fasciolosis
    Fasciolosis (also known as fascioliasis, fasciolasis, distomatosis and liver rot) is a parasitic worm infection caused by the common liver fluke Fasciola hepatica as well as by Fasciola gigantica.
  • Dipylidium caninum
    Dipylidium caninum, also called the flea tapeworm, double-pore tapeworm, or cucumber tapeworm (in reference to the shape of its cucumber-seed-like proglottids, though these also resemble grains of rice or sesame seeds), is a cyclophyllid cestode that infects organisms afflicted with fleas and canine chewing lice, including dogs, cats, and sometimes human pet-owners, especially children.
  • Filariasis
    Filariasis (or philariasis) is a parasitic disease caused by an infection with roundworms of the Filarioidea type.
  • Strongylidae
    Strongyles (from the Greek strongulos, meaning round), or alternatively, strongyls, are nematode worms of the family Strongylidae, order Strongylida.
  • Dictyocaulus
    Dictyocaulus is a genus of nematode parasites of the bronchial tree of horses, sheep, goats, deer, and cattle.
  • Fasciola
    Fasciola is a genus of trematodes which includes economically important parasite species.
  • Gyrodactylus salaris
    Gyrodactylus salaris is a small monogenean ectoparasite (about 0.5 mm long) which mainly lives on the skin of freshwater fish, especially Atlantic salmon.
  • Fascioloides magna
    Fascioloides magna, also known as giant liver fluke, large American liver fluke or deer fluke, is an important parasite of a variety of wild and domestic ruminants in North America and Europe.
  • Gorgodera amplicava
    Gorgodera amplicava is a species of digenetic trematode whose definitive hosts include amphibians.
  • Gapeworm
    A gapeworm (Syngamus trachea), also known as a red worm and forked worm, is a parasitic nematode worm infecting the tracheas of certain birds.
  • Cylicocyclus nassatus
    Cylicocyclus nassatus is a very common species of cyathostomin, which are important intestinal parasites of horses.
  • Parascaris equorum
    Parascaris equorum is a species of ascarid that is the equine roundworm.