Infection of pigs and other animals with kidney worms, Stephanurus dentatus, following ingestion of larvae

Schwartz, B.; Price, E.W.

Journal American Vet Medicine Assoc 34(3): 325-347

1932


Accession: 013402980

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Abstract
In pigs, the worms became localized in the portal vein and in its branches, the periportal tissue, the gastro-hepatic artery, the hepatic tissue, and the lungs, later in perirenal fat, the ureters and kidneys, and the psoas muscles. The liver was consistently a temporary habitat. Full development is attained only in the renal system, which furnishes the only outlet for eggs. The lungs are an accidental habitat.