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Dioctophymosis in dogs: 16 cases

Dioctophymosis in dogs: 16 cases

Ciencia Rural 29(3): 517-522

From 1978 to 1996, out of a total of 3259 dogs examined PM, 16 (0.49%) were parasitized by Dioctophyme renale. Twelve of those (75%) were stray dogs. Thirteen dogs (81.2%) presented one or more specimens of D. renale in the right kidney. In three dogs (18.7%), the parasite was observed in the abdominal cavity.

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