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Treatment of Thelazia lacrymalis in horses


Treatment of Thelazia lacrymalis in horses



Svensk Veterinartidning 34(6): 255-257



T. lacrymalis infection was diagnosed in 14 of 48 horses during May to October 1981. 7 to 13 days after treatment with febantel at 10 mg/kg body weight 13 of the infected horses were cured and a noticeable improvement was seen in the conjunctivitis.

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