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Dioctophymatosis



Dioctophymatosis



Parasitic diseases of wild mammals (Ed.2): 357-364



A review is given of Dioctophyme renale, a parasitic nematode found in the kidney of carnivores, particularly mustelids and canids. Other mammals including humans can be infected. The life history is outlined and epizootiology is described, with reference to distribution, host range, and prevalence and intensity.

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