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Thelaziosis in humans, a zoonotic infection, Spain, 2011
Emerg Infect Dis. 2012 Dec;18(12):2073-5.
After Thelazia callipaeda infection in dogs and cats were reported in Spain, a human case of thelaziosis in this country was reported, suggesting zoonotic transmission. The active reproductive status of this nematode in situ indicates that humans are competent hosts for this parasite.
Adolescent | Animals | Eye Infections, Parasitic | Female | Humans | Spain | Spirurida Infections | Thelazioidea | Zoonoses | DNA, Protozoan | Electron Transport Complex IV
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