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Hydatidosis is a neglected public health problem in developing countries (12) included Iraq, despite the importance of the disease for both animals and human.
Evaluation of enzyme linked immunosorbent assay, utilizing native antigen B for serodiagnosis of human hydatidosis. Iran J Immunol.
Slaughtering data and hydatidosis, cysticercosis, and tuberculosis infection rates between 2009 and 2017, from slaughterhouses in Rio Grande do Sul (RS) subject to the State Sanitary Inspection system, were obtained from the Division of Inspection of Products of Animal Origin (DIPOA).
[16] In a 10-year Turkish review of 33 patients with pulmonary hydatidosis, 10 patients also had cysts in other organs, namely the liver, brain and spleen.
Cardiac MRI is superior in diagnosis and detection of typical morphologic features of hydatidosis due to its excellent soft-tissue resolution.
In a second stage, the research for other localizations of the hydatid cyst was negative (abdominal ultrasound and cerebral CT), hence the primitive character of pleural hydatidosis in this second observation.
Annab, "Hydatidosis in Jordan: an epidemiological study of 306 cases," Annals of Tropical Medicine & Parasitology, vol.
Wietzerbin, "Relationship among circulating interferon, tumor necrosis factor- and Interleukin-6 and serologic reaction against parasitic antigen in human hydatidosis," Journal of Interferon & Cytokine Research, vol.
Is Video-Asisted Thoracoscopic Surgery Adequate in Treatment of Pulmonary Hydatidosis? Ann Thorac Surg 2015; 100: 258-62.
(2005) and Arbabi and Hooshyar (2006) mentioned higher incidence of hydatidosis condition in small ruminants.
Initially hydatidosis involves soft tissue and then spreads to bones.