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Vol. 12, Special Issue 7 (2023)

Occurrence and histopathology of pulmonary parasitic infection in goats

Author(s):
S Dariya, SK Bishnoi, K Jaidiya, R Dadhich, S Meena, V Galav and M Agrawal
Abstract:
Pulmonary parasitic infections in goats are of considerable economic importance. The parasites cause chronic production losses as a result of reduced food conversion ratio (FCR) and weight gain.The present investigation was carried out from March 2019 to December 2019. During this period, a total number of 630 specimens of lower respiratory tract samples of irrespective of age, sex and breeds were examined. Out of these representative samples 363 lower respiratory tract samples showed gross lesions, which were subjected to histopathological examinations. Lung examination revealed that 6 (1.65%) animals were infected with pulmonary parasites irrespective of age and sex. In this study, 1.65% lungs affected with mularis worm.
Pages: 2780-2781  |  232 Views  113 Downloads
How to cite this article:
S Dariya, SK Bishnoi, K Jaidiya, R Dadhich, S Meena, V Galav and M Agrawal. Occurrence and histopathology of pulmonary parasitic infection in goats. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 2780-2781.

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