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infestation of the human intestine with Ascaris roundworms

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and M.J.Y.) made similar observations in regard to ascarid infections of raccoons (Procyon lotor) and domestic dogs (Canis familiaris).
Lyons, "Analysis of multiyear studies in horses in Kentucky to ascertain whether counts of eggs and larvae per gram of feces are reliable indicators of numbers of strongyles and ascarids present," Veterinary Parasitology, vol.
and Ascarids are parasitic organisms of major occurrence in stool surveys also in Bom Jesus (Northeast of Brazil) and these condition of central organisms to Giardia sp.
Mortality in equines has been frequently reported due to strongyles, tapeworms, ascarids, trypanosomes and Babesia spp.
In equines, large strongyles (red worms or blood worms), small strongyles (small worms), Parascaris equorum (ascarids), Strongyloides westeri, Habronema spp., Draschia spp., Oxyurides (pinworms), Dictyocaluc arnfieldi (lung worms) and Trichostrongylus axei (stomach worms) are responsible for nematodiasis.
Based on interviews with the veterinary staff, most of these nematodes were ascarids.
Other, more familiar ascarids are Ascaris lumbricoides, Toxocara canis and Toxocara cati, nematode parasites of humans, dogs and cats, respectively.
In areas where both ascarids (nematodes in genera such as Ascaris, Toxocara, Toxascaris, and Baylisascaris) and hookworms are common, puppies and their mothers should be treated with an age-appropriate anthelmintic at 2, 4, 6, and 8 weeks of age (some recommend extending this to 12 weeks and then treating monthly until the pet is 6 months old).
Ascarids (ahs-kah-rids) Ascarids (large roundworms) are major parasites of concern in animals.
* Describe the life cycle and damage caused by strongyles and ascarids
Guidelines for veterinarians: prevention of zoonotic transmission of ascarids and hookworms of dogs and cats.
* Parasitic roundworms, or ascarids, found in dogs, cats, and raccoons, can cause larva migrans in humans.
These guidelines address transmission of intestinal ascarids and hookworms from dogs and cats to people and recommend counseling of dog and cat owners and well-timed preventive anthelmintic treatments for pets.