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Guinea-worm (Dracunculus insignis, Leidy 1858) infection in a dog



Guinea-worm (Dracunculus insignis, Leidy 1858) infection in a dog



Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 117(882): 215-216



A report of guinea-worm infection in a dog from Texas. The worm had previously been recovered from raccoons in eastern Texas.

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