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Prevalence of echinococcosis in pigs and sheep in the Slovak Republic



Prevalence of echinococcosis in pigs and sheep in the Slovak Republic



Veterinary Parasitology 51(1-2): 149-154



The prevalence of echinococcosis in slaughtered animals has been monitored in the Slovak Republic between 1971 and 1990. In pigs, the prevalence dropped almost constantly from 3.85% to 0.13%, by as much as 15% per year. The dynamics of prevalence in sheep differs substantially from that in pigs. Significant 12 year, 6 year and 3 year periodicities predominate over a nonsignificant and slight decrease of prevalence by only 1% per year. Therefore, the prevalence fluctuates in the period of observations between 0.49 and 3.72%. No significant correlations or cross-correlations have been found between the prevalences in the two groups of animals.

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DOI: 10.1016/0304-4017(93)90206-3


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