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Thelazia lacrymalis in horses in Indiana


Thelazia lacrymalis in horses in Indiana



Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 178(3): 301-302



ISSN/ISBN: 0003-1488

PMID: 7194872

Between 1977 and 1979, 211 eyes were collected from 115 horses (2 days to 23 years old) and examined for T. lacrymalis. The eyes of 25 horses (22%) were infected with T. lacrymalis. Eye worms were found in both eyes in 8% of horses and in one eye in 15% of horses. The infection rate was highest in one year old horses (60%), and fell to 14% in horses over 12 years old.

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