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Why is trichostrongylus important in Strongylidae?



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Asked by OBrienEE, Last updated: Sep 08, 2020

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i.Rubiny

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Answered Oct 04, 2017

Trichostrongylus is important in stronylidae because of food animals. Trichostrongylus species are nematodes (round worms), which are ubiquitous among herbivores worldwide, including cattle, sheep, donkeys, goats, deer, and rabbits. At least 10 Trichostrongylus species have been associated with human infections. Infections occur via ingestion of infective larvae from contaminated vegetables or water.

Epidemiological studies indicate a worldwide distribution of Trichostrongylus infections in humans, with the highest prevalence rates observed in individuals from regions with poor sanitary conditions, in rural areas, or who are farmers / herders. Human infections are most prevalent in the Middle East and Asia, with a worldwide estimated prevalence of 5.5 million people.

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OBrienEE

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Answered Aug 28, 2017

Food animals
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