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Measles in cattle and pigs: ways of infection


Measles in cattle and pigs: ways of infection



Jour S African Vet Med Assoc 12(2): 59-61



Pigs become infected because of their scavenging habits. The T. solium segments are fragile and inactive, so provision of latrines would go far to limit the infection of pigs, but T. saginata segments are motile and leave the host spontaneously, so the only way to be sure of preventing the infection of cattle is to treat the human host.

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