2006
DOI: 10.1590/1808-1657v73p1832006
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Prevalência De Endoparasitas Em Cães Da Área Urbana Do Município De Monte Negro, Rondônia

Abstract: RESUMO De julho a agosto de 2001, foram colhidas amostras de fezes de 95 cães (13,8% da população canina) da área urbana do Município de Monte Negro, Rondônia. As amostras de fezes foram examinadas pelos métodos coproparasitológicos de Willis, centrífugo-flutuação em solução de sacarose e centrífugo-sedimentação em água-éter. Das 95 amostras de fezes, somente 15 (15,8%) foram negativas. Foram encontrados helmintos pertencentes a 5 gêneros: Ancylostoma, Toxocara, Trichuris, Spirocerca, Physalopterae 5 protozoár… Show more

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“…was the third most frequent parasite (3.68%, 13/353: in isolated and mixed infections). Higher occurrences were observed in other studies, such as: 12.5% (15/120) in domiciled dogs from western region of Paraná, Brazil (Snak et al, 2019); 6.3% (6/95) in domiciled dogs from Monte Negro municipality, Rondônia, Brazil (Labruna et al, 2006); and 14.08% (185/1314) in domiciled, sheltered, kennel, shepherd, guard, and hunting dogs from central and northwestern Romania (Transylvania) (Mircean et al, 2017). In this study, five of the 13 dogs with cystisosporosis were young, and seven of the 13 had diarrhoea, as shown by a study that correlated the occurrence of Cystoisospora spp.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 56%
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“…was the third most frequent parasite (3.68%, 13/353: in isolated and mixed infections). Higher occurrences were observed in other studies, such as: 12.5% (15/120) in domiciled dogs from western region of Paraná, Brazil (Snak et al, 2019); 6.3% (6/95) in domiciled dogs from Monte Negro municipality, Rondônia, Brazil (Labruna et al, 2006); and 14.08% (185/1314) in domiciled, sheltered, kennel, shepherd, guard, and hunting dogs from central and northwestern Romania (Transylvania) (Mircean et al, 2017). In this study, five of the 13 dogs with cystisosporosis were young, and seven of the 13 had diarrhoea, as shown by a study that correlated the occurrence of Cystoisospora spp.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 56%
“…Trichuris vulpis was the second most frequent parasite, with an occurrence of 6.23% (22/353, in isolated and mixed infections). Other regions detected occurrences of 9.5% (9/95) in domiciled dogs from Monte Negro municipality, Rondônia, Brazil (Labruna et al, 2006); 18.3% (17/93) in stray dogs from Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil (Saldanha-Elias et al, 2019); and 35.2% (82/233) in stray and farm dogs from northern Spain (Regidor-Cerrillo et al, 2020). T. vulpis eggs can survive from cold to hot climates, especially in wet and shady areas.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…A presença de espirocercose foi confirmada em território brasileiro nos estados de Minas Gerais, Paraná, Goiás, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Pernambuco, Rondônia, Piauí, Distrito Federal e Rio Grande do Sul, conforme as citações de Carneiro et al (1973);Fischer;Carneiro (1974);Cortez (1999); Oliveira et al (2002); Chiminazzo et al (2004); Santos et al (2005); Labruna et al (2006); Quessada et al (2007); Zorzella et al (2011);Ostermann et al (2011);Coelho et al (2012); Fonseca et al (2012), mas nem todos foram considerados na pesquisa, tendo em vista que estavam fora do período de busca (2010)(2011)(2012)(2013)(2014)(2015)(2016)(2017)(2018)(2019)(2020)(2021).…”
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“…Quanto à toxocaríase, sua presença tem sido verificada em estudos realizados com diferentes populações da região sul do Rio Grande do Sul (SCHOENARDIE et al, 2013;SANTOS et al, 2015). A larva migrans cutânea (LMC), possui como agente etiológico nematódeos do gênero Ancylostoma, sobretudo A. braziliense e A. caninum, sendo a infecção determinada pela penetração de larvas de terceiro estádio através da pele, levando a uma reação inflamatória pruriginosa e autolimitada (LABRUNA et al, 2006;MARQUES et al, 2012;DIAS et al, 2020).…”
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