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- Tăbăran, Flaviu Alexandru, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Parasitology international 2017 v.66 no.3 pp. 331-334
- Dirofilaria immitis; Dirofilaria repens; adults; case studies; cystitis; dirofilariasis; dogs; epidemiological studies; etiological agents; geographical distribution; heartworms; histopathology; males; mesentery; microfilariae; mixed infection; pathogenicity; polymerase chain reaction; renal failure; sequence analysis; zoonoses; Romania
- ... Canine dirofilarioses are mosquito-borne zoonotic diseases with a continuous expansion of their geographical distribution, as a consequence of different climatic and ecological factors. Dirofilaria immitis, the aetiological agent of heartworm disease, has gained a major veterinary interest, mainly due to its severe clinical implication. In the last decades, D. repens, despite of being regarded as ...