The Strongyloidea

 

Topics

  • The Order Strongylida
  • The Superfamily Strongyloidea
  • The Syngamidae
  • Stephanurus dentatus
    Morphology
    Life cycles
    Pathogenesis
    Epidemiology, clinical signs and diagnosis
  • Syngamus trachea
    Morphology, pathogenesis, epidemiology, clinical signs, diagnosis
    Life cycle
  • The Chabertiidae
  • Chabertia ovina
    Morphology, pathogenesis, epidemiology, clinical signs, diagnosis
  • Genus Oesophagostomum
    Morphology and species
    Life cycles
    Pathogenesis and epidemiology
    Clinical signs and diagnosis
  • Intestinal strongyles of horses - The strongylidae
  • The large strongyles
    Morphology and species
    Life cycles - Strongylus vulgaris
    Life cycles - Strongylus edentatus and Strongylus equinus
    Pathogenesis - adults feeding in the cecum and colon
    Pathogenesis - migrating stages of Strongylus vulgaris
    Pathogenesis - migrating stages of Strongylus equinus and Strongylus edentatus
    Clinical signs and diagnosis
  • The small strongyles
    Morphology and species
    Life cycles
    Pathogenesis
    Clinical signs and diagnosis
  • Epidemiology of equine strongyles
    Hatching, development of larvae and arrested development
    Seasonal changes in strongyle egg counts and pasture L3 levels
    Development of strongyle infections in foals
  • Treatment and control of equine strongyles
    The use of anthelmintics to control strongyle infections
    Control of small strongyles with anthelmintics

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    Parasites and Parasitic Diseases of Domestic Animals
    Dr. Colin Johnstone (principal author)
    Copyright 1998 University of Pennsylvania
    This page was last modified on January 24, 2000