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The prevalence and pathogenesis of naturally occurring haemonchus longistipes infection in sudanese camels camelus dromedarius

, : The prevalence and pathogenesis of naturally occurring haemonchus longistipes infection in sudanese camels camelus dromedarius. Journal of Comparative Pathology 94(2): 169-174

Camel haemonchosis is prevalent in the Sudan, especially during the rainy season; a decrease in the prevalence in the dry season may be due to delayed maturation of the worms. This disease is characterized by emaciation, anemia, edema in the lower parts of the limbs, eosinophilia, hypoproteinemia, hypoalbuminemia, hyperglobulinemia and elevated blood urea concentrations.

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