A Study Of Canine Dirofilariasis In Kuala Lumpur

Dhaliwal, Gurmeet Kaur (1988) A Study Of Canine Dirofilariasis In Kuala Lumpur. Masters thesis, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia.

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Abstract

Although much importance has been placed on human filariasis , work on canine filariasis is limited in this country . This study was carried out to obtain a general overview on the status of canine dirofilariasis in Kuala Lumpur. Throughout a one year study , parasitological records were studied and blood samples were collected from stray dogs which were later necropsied . Blood samples were subjected to the modified Knott's concentration technique, the dire ct smear and the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay which was developed using the adult worm antigen . Information was obtained from private practitioners by the use of questionaires . The period prevalence of canine dirofilariasis was 42. 0 percent and 10.0 percent within the s t ray dog and owned dog populations respectively.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subject:Canine heartworm disease
Subject:Dogs - Diseases - Wilayah Persekutuan - Kuala Lumpur
Chairman Supervisor:Dr. Rehana binti Abdullah Sani
Call Number:FPV 1988 4
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
ID Code:12280
Deposited By: Mohd Nezeri Mohamad
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