2019
DOI: 10.1590/s1984-29612019025 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Andressa Maria Rorato Nascimento de Matos,
Fernanda Louise Pereira Lavorente,
Elis Lorenzetti
et al.

Abstract: Renicolids are parasites that inhabit the renal tubules and ureters of molluscivorous and piscivorous birds. Puffinus puffinus is a migratory seabird that was identified as the definitive host of Renicola spp. Studies focusing on the renicolid species and the resulting renal lesions are valuable for their association with causes of stranding in seabirds. The aim of this study was to identify the renicolid trematodes and evaluate the histological findings in two P. puffinus stranded on the coast of Paraná state… Show more

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“…The species Renicola spp., a digenetic trematode often observed in seabird kidneys and ureters (Wright, 1954a) (Figure 2), has been reported in studies with Brazilian birds, such as in Charadriiformes (Larus spp., Sterna spp., and Thalasseus maximus) (Wright, 1954b;Freitas, 1955;Thatcher, 1993), Suliformes (Sula spp.) (Freitas, 1955;Thatcher, 1993), Magellanic penguins (S. magellanicus) (Jerdy et al, 2016), and Manx shearwater (P. puffinus) (Mariani, 2016;Matos et al, 2019). In some species, the parasitic disease by renicolids may obstruct the tubular lumen or lead to more severe lesions such as nephritis, tubular hyperplasia, and fibrosis (Wright, 1954a;Munyer & Holloway, 1990;Jerdy et al, 2016).…”
Section: Parasitic Diseasesmentioning
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“…The species Renicola spp., a digenetic trematode often observed in seabird kidneys and ureters (Wright, 1954a) (Figure 2), has been reported in studies with Brazilian birds, such as in Charadriiformes (Larus spp., Sterna spp., and Thalasseus maximus) (Wright, 1954b;Freitas, 1955;Thatcher, 1993), Suliformes (Sula spp.) (Freitas, 1955;Thatcher, 1993), Magellanic penguins (S. magellanicus) (Jerdy et al, 2016), and Manx shearwater (P. puffinus) (Mariani, 2016;Matos et al, 2019). In some species, the parasitic disease by renicolids may obstruct the tubular lumen or lead to more severe lesions such as nephritis, tubular hyperplasia, and fibrosis (Wright, 1954a;Munyer & Holloway, 1990;Jerdy et al, 2016).…”
Section: Parasitic Diseasesmentioning
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