blood parasites

blood parasites

a term of little meaning. Includes those parasites which pass most of their lives in the vascular system, e.g. babesia, theileria, trypanosoma, dirofilaria and others.
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There are also medicines to cure diseases caused by blood parasites found in the blood cells or living freely in the blood such as east coast fever, red water, gull sickness and sleeping sickness.
The ministry's guidance section sheds light on some of the diseases infecting animals including the most common diseases such as scabies and blood parasites.
Because of artemisinins' rapid elimination, they are used in combination with an agent that also kills blood parasites but has a slower elimination rate and a different mechanism of action.
The letter said that it has been reported that there was huge surge in dairy animals skin diseases due to heavy infestation of ticks and blood parasites in skins.
Blood parasites (Haemoproteus and microfilariae) in birds from the Caribbean slope of Costa Rica.
effect of blood parasites from expatriates without symptoms in the control of Malaria.
Prevalence of blood parasites in equines in and around Faisalabad and efficacy and safety of quinapyramine sulphite against trypanosomiasis in naturally infected animals.
Blood smears obtained from wing vein were stained with field stain as per standard used for examination of blood parasites.
Our hippoboscid sample size is small, and to determine what are the likely blood parasites transmitted by this fly species we need to further characterize the bird parasite community and search for parasite developmental stages and DNA both in abdomens (mid-gut) and thoraxes (salivary glands).
Although Plasmodium parasites were not detected in blood smears and tissues collected from the penguins, various blood parasites were recorded in blood smears from wild Eurasian magpies (Pica pica) and carrion crows (Corvus corone) sampled at the same time in the study area.
The blood parasites most commonly found in birds belong to the two genera Plasmodium and Haemoproteus.