Three cases of ophthalmomyiasis
externa by sheep botfly Oestrus ovis in Italy," New Microbiologica, vol.
is typically seen in farmers and shepherds in rural areas, though it may also affect individuals outside these professions.
To the Editor: Ophthalmomyiasis
is a zoonosis generally caused by Oestrus ovis, a fly that lays eggs on the eye of its host.
Other routine ophthalmological examination was done along with mydriasis and no evidence of ophthalmomyiasis
interna was found.
Caused by Oestrus ovis: A Rare Case Report from India.
externa is infestation of ocular conjunctiva and adnexa by larval forms of flies of order Diptera.
Oestrus ovis is the most common cause of ophthalmomyiasis
due to the sheep nostril botfly larva Oestrus ovis in Saudi Arabia.
Fly larvae in the human eyes results in ophthalmomyiasis
or ocular myiasis.
* Oestrus ovis (botflies) (ocular myiasis) * Rhinoestrus purpurea * Wohlfahrita magnifica (Old World fleshflies) * Wohlfahrita nuba Creeping myiasis * Gasterophilus spp.
interna anterior associated with Cuterebra spp in a cat.
The series of three external ophthalmomyiasis
cases presented by Sundu et al.