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Host parasite relations in Ascaris suum infection in pigs



Host parasite relations in Ascaris suum infection in pigs



Proceedings of the Congress of the International Pig Veterinary Society, 30 June to 3 July, 1980, Copenhagen, Denmark: 270



Of 10 pigs given Ascaris suum eggs orally, 5 were reinoculated with a similar dose after 3 weeks. Pigs were killed one to 21 days after the first or 2nd inoculations. The pigs were severely ill with dyspnoea and coughing from days 6 to 10 after inoculation. In reinoculated pigs signs of respiratory distress were markedly reduced.

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