McMaster technique

McMaster technique

a rapid, simple, quantitative technique for counting parasite eggs in ruminant feces, based on flotation on concentrated salt solution (specific gravity of 1.1 to 1.3) in a counting chamber.
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The fecal samples were examined through direct smear method while EPG was performed using modified McMaster Technique.
EPG was counted by McMaster technique as detailed by Soulsby (2005).
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