AVM volume 6, issue 1, P89-101 2013 DOI: 10.46784/e-avm.v6i1.148 View full text
Darko Despotović, Tamara Ilić, Dragiša Trailović, Sandra Dimitrijević

Abstract: Trichinellosis is parasitic disease aff ecting wildlife, domestic animals and humans, caused by the nematode of the genus Trichinella. Primary infection route is consumption of infected meat, thus trichinellosis represents a considerable health and economic problem. In the Republic of Srpska, the most common source of human infection is the meat of domestic pigs. Since recently, an increasing number of trichinellosis outbreaks have been attributed to consumption of meat of wild animals, which corresponds with …

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