The necessity of the current work is to estimate the occurrence speed of hydatidosis
that infect various sheep organs that wa slaughtered in street (out of the proper palce).
Different protoscolicidal agents have been used for hydatidosis
as an important zoonotic disease.
Diagnosis of human hydatidosis
: Comparison between imagery and six serologic techniques.
Treated by Hemi-Splenectomy: A Low-Morbidity, Cost-Effective Management by a Recently Improved Surgical Technique.
is a disease caused by the larval form of the Echinococcus granulosus parasite in the small intestine of dogs and other carnivores (GERMANO & GERMANO, 2008; OIE, 2014).
[3,9] Several studies have indicated that major symptoms of pulmonary hydatidosis
are related to the mass effect from the cyst volume, and they include cough, fever, chest pain, dyspnoea, mucopurulent sputum and haemoptysis.
(1) Parasite Echinococcus granulosus is the culprit pathogen that causes hydatidosis
in the intermediary hosts, human beings.
The liver is the main site of HD involvement for both alveolar and cystic hydatidosis
. HD is usually asymptomatic for a long period of time, because cyst growth is commonly slow.
Ykealo, "Knowledge, attitudes and Practices of hydatidosis
in pastoral community in relation to public health risk in Ayssaita, Northeastern of Ethiopia," Global Veterinaria, vol.
is a parasitic disease caused by the development in humans of the larval form of Echinococcus Granulosus, a small dog tapeworm.
The case reported is an example of a hydatid hepatic cyst, resulting in a secondary (pulmonary) hydatidosis
and massive bilateral hydatid embolization incidentally discovered after an abdominal minor trauma, by means of computed tomographic chest and abdominal imaging.
Echinococcosis, hydatid disease, and hydatidosis
are alternative names of a zoonotic parasitic disease caused by the tapeworm Echinococcus.
Touil-Boukoffa, "Cytokine profile in human hydatidosis
: possible role in the immune surveillance of patients infected with Echinococcus granulosus," Parasite, vol.
Hydatid cyst disease (HCD), also called hydatidosis
or cystic echinococcosis, is a zoonosis caused by echinococci.
: scope of the problem and prospects of its control.