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Echinococcus vogeli cysts in the liver of the agouti (Cuniculus paca) in the State of Acre, Brazil



Echinococcus vogeli cysts in the liver of the agouti (Cuniculus paca) in the State of Acre, Brazil



Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical 3(23): 153-155



Four of 7 patients from Acre, Brazil, with polycystic hydatid disease reported that they were aware of the presence of liver disease in agoutis hunted for food and all 7 had been in contact with dogs fed on the viscera of agoutis. Tests carried out in 1989 on the liver of an agouti from the region showed the presence of hydatid cysts.

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