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Digestive physiopathology caused by trichostrongylid infections in sheep. 1 - Development of Haemonchus contortus in the sheep, influencing factors and pathogenic effects. Literature review



Digestive physiopathology caused by trichostrongylid infections in sheep. 1 - Development of Haemonchus contortus in the sheep, influencing factors and pathogenic effects. Literature review



Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 135(6): 357-365



The following topics are considered in this review: development of H. contortus in the sheep; factors (host and/or parasite-dependent and related to host nutrition) influencing development; the pathogenic action of H. contortus during its development (blood losses, trauma to tissues affecting cellular and glandular functions, and, probably, predisposition to other infections).

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