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The Alaria alata is a development stage of a trematode. It multiplies in the intestines of the final host, which are as a rule animals which eat game meat. Through. Summary: The trematode Alaria alata is a cosmopolite parasite found in red foxes (Vulpes vulpes), the main definitive host in Europe. In contrast only few data. ABSTRACT. The digenean trematode Alaria alata, an intestinal parasite of wild canids is widely distributed in. Europe. The recent finding of the mesocercarial.

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Alaria alata Search for additional papers on this topic. From This Paper Figures, tables, and topics from this paper. It’s been noted that another possible treatment is with fenbendazole.

Finally, the parasite reaches its final host once ingested, usually a canid. The mesocercariae transfer to their tissues and remain at this life-cycle stage. By clicking accept or continuing to use the site, you agree to the terms outlined in our Privacy PolicyTerms of Serviceand Dataset License. Helminth parasites of the wolf Canis lupus from Latvia. Untersuchungen zur Helminthenfauna und zum Vorkommen von Trichinella sp. Infections of Alaria can be diagnosed through faecal examination or thoracic radiographs of dogs and cats.

In certain histologic sections, the damaged muscular tissue was replaced by granulation tissue in various stages of development Figureaoata F.


Citations Publications citing this paper. The mesocercariae were located in the connective fibrous tissue of the perimysium alarix between the muscle fibers.

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Showing of 9 extracted citations. Species of Alaria have two suckers, the oral and the ventral.

F Migration route of the parasite route with center marked by the black starfollowed by invasion of nonnecrotic muscle fibers by mononucleate inflammatory cells white arrow located mainly in the center of the migration tract and fibrous connective alariq with collagen fibers densely packed at the periphery bright green, marked by black arrows and more loosely in the center pale green material, marked by arrowheads.

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Alaria alata in wild boars (Sus scrofa, Linnaeus, 1758) in the eastern parts of Germany

Prevalence of Alaria infection in companion animals in north central Oklahoma from through and detection in wildlife. One of the very first cases reported was a single worm in the eye of a woman from Ontario, Canada. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC.

Alaria alata Infection in European Mink

They are mostly harmless in dogs as well as the paratenic hosts. Biology of Alaria spp.


First interlaboratory test for the detection of Alaria spp. Trematodes of animals zlaria man; essentials of trematodology, vol. This view is sustained by the presence of mononuclear cells that it infiltrates and by the appearance of the granulomatous tissue in various stages of maturation, which leads to muscle and subcutaneous fibroplasia. They have only one opening, the mouth.

Muscle fibers are atrophic due to compression black arrows. C Histologic section showing an encysted alagia in the muscle parasite is surrounded by a capsule and pericystic inflammation, which extends to the surrounding muscular tissue. Citations Publications citing this paper. Systemic infection with Alaria americana Trematoda. Alaria infections slaria be prevented by keeping canines from scavenging or eating infected prey.

The maturity of the granulation tissue differed substantially, depending on the muscular areas examined. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Species of Alaria have complex indirect life cycles.

Altaa the infection levels are high, then it may cause pulmonary damage along with haemorrhage which can lead to clinical disease.

Note the lack of leukocyte response. Topics Discussed in This Paper.