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Some hematological and biochemical alterations in camels Camelus dromedarius naturally infested with gastrointestinal nematodes

Some hematological and biochemical alterations in camels Camelus dromedarius naturally infested with gastrointestinal nematodes

Egyptian Journal of Comparative Pathology and Clinical Pathology 11(1): 11-20

100 camels (Camelus dromedarius) in Egypt, of different ages and sexes, were investigated, between October 1996 and June 1997, by clinical examination and rectal examination of faeces. 40 camels were free of parasites. 25 camels were mildly infected with gastrointestinal nematodes (EPG, i.e. eggs per gramme of faeces, 500.00 +or- 43.72), 15 were moderately infected (EPG 1569.00 +or- 113.55) and 20 were severely infected (EPG 6030.00 +or- 385.64).

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