Parascaris equorum

Par·as·ca·ris e·quo·rum

(par-as'ka-ris ē-kwō'rŭm),
A large, heavy-bodied ascarid nematode extremely common in the small intestine of horses and other equids. Larvae may develop in humans or mice, but do not reach the adult stage.
Synonym(s): Ascaris equorum
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Se encontraron huevos de Strongylus spp, Trichostrongylus axei, Strongyloides westeri y Parascaris equorum (Cuadro 1).
de huevos por gramo de heces (hpg) Strongylus sp 600 Trichos trongylus 300 axei Strongyloides 250 westeri Parascaris equorum 50 Cuadro 2.
Gastrointestinal impaction by Parascaris equorum in a thoroughbred foal in Jeju, Korea.
Prevalence and Chemotherapy of Parascaris equorum in Equines in Pakistan.
In equines, large strongyles (red worms or blood worms), small strongyles (small worms), Parascaris equorum (ascarids), Strongyloides westeri, Habronema spp.
Additionally, extended freezing or freeze-thaw exposure is unlikely to have affect viability, similar to Parascaris equorum (10).
En cuanto a helmintos no Strongylidae, Oxyuris equi se presento en 14,28% de las muestras y Parascaris equorum en 11,42% (TABLA III).
Os valores do OPG minimos e maximos verificados foram 100 e 250 respectivamente, com media aritmetica de 156,95 ([+ ou -]39,01), demonstrando que nao ocorreram infeccoes parasitarias representativas, fato que colaborou para a baixa ocorrencia de doencas, pois a terapia anti-helmintica ineficaz em um rebanho densamente povoado pode predispor a infeccao por Parascaris equorum e, consequentemente, lesoes pulmonares causadas apos a migracao das larvas do ascarideo com infeccao bacteriana secundaria (SELLON, 2001; CRAIG et al.
N) Onchocerca cervicalis (N) Oxyuris equi (N) Parascaris equorum (N) Setaria equina (N) Strongylus edentatus (N) Strongylus equinus (N) Strongylus vulgaris (N) Triodontophorus tenuicollis (N) Felis catus Amphimerus costarricensis * (D) Ancylostoma caninum (N) Dipylidium caninum (N) Paragonimus mexicanus (D) Taenia taeniaeformis (C) Toxocara mystax (N) Felis concolor Echinococcus oligarthrus (C) Felis pardalis Lagochilascaris sp.
The scientific names of these large roundworms are: Parascaris equorum (equines); Neoascaris vitulorum (cattle); Ascaris lumbricoides (swine, humans); Toxocara canis, T.
A pathological study of the lungs of foals infected experimentally with Parascaris equorum.