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Special attention is paid to those species used as models for teaching and research as well as the major human and animal parasites. The author introduces the. PDF | On Jan 1, , MA Taylor and others published Veterinary Parasitology Fourth Edition. Book · January with 31, Reads. This book is an essential reference for veterinary students, practicing veterinarians and researchers in the field of parasitology. Reviews. "There has long been a.
It is helpful to have ectoparasites, worms and protozoa covered in a single text at a level of detail that could reasonably be covered in a one-semester course.
The focus on diagnosis and treatment is appropriate and the authors have avoided extensive discussion of disease pathology and host control mechanisms which simplifies the text. It is certainly useful that veterinarians are educated in this field both to safeguard patients and to help protect pet owners and agricultural workers from zoonotic disease.
In this context the text would also be useful to medical students. Issues Mol.
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The authors have deliberately chosen to deal with the major parasitic diseases, leaving the less common ones For parasitologists working in research, this book could be a handy quick reference Students will love this book.
Nature and Characteristics of Parasitism 1. Introductory Parasitology Hany M. Elsheikha and Naveed Ahmed Khan We tend to think of parasites as a nuisance, but they are in fact very serious disease-causing agents.
Despite advances of veterinary medicine, parasitic diseases have remained a major cause of morbidity, mortality and economic losses, worldwide.
With the increasing burden of parasites on human and animal suffering, study of "parasitology" has become an important and rapidly growing discipline of science. Veterinarians' awareness of parasitic diseases is undoubtedly more critical now than at any time in the history of veterinary medical practice.
This chapter provides a short introduction to parasites and their unique properties. Principles of Parasite Infection Hany M. Elsheikha and Naveed Ahmed Khan How do parasites establish themselves inside their hosts is one of the most intriguing questions in parasitology. Given the diversity that exists among parasites, it is not surprising that the mechanics of parasitic infections are highly variable.
The diverse strategies that pathogenic parasites use to infect their hosts have become better understood by means of molecular techniques that have allowed the identification of parasitic genes and virulence factors which are crucial to disease establishment and progression. Despite all this progress, predicting and derailing the transmission of any parasitic disease remains a challenge. This chapter addresses the interplay between parasites and their host organisms, introduces the fundamentals of parasite infection, and provides an overview of the multiple determinants - related to the parasite, the host, and the environment - that influence the parasite's capacity to cause a disease at the cellular and population levels.
Elsheikha In addition to the host's behaviour and physiology, immunity is another important host factor that influences the host-parasite interactions. The immune system is one of the most complex and diverse body components. This system recognizes parasite antigens as 'non-self' foreign and an immune response to these parasites is then initiated. It is difficult to generalize about the mechanisms of anti-parasite immunity because there are many different parasites that have different forms, which reside in different tissue of the animal body and in some cases may reside in different host species.
Parasites have also evolved very elaborate mechanisms to escape attack by the host immune system.
In this chapter we describe the range of defences the mammalian body possess to combat parasitic infections. Section II. Diseases Associated with Helminths 4.
Major Nematode Infections Hany M. Elsheikha Classification of nematodes has been traditionally based on the presence or absence of a posterior cuticular chemoreceptor called 'phasmid'. Nematode species with phasmid are known as phasmidea Secernentea and nematodes that lack phasmid are called aphasmidea Adenophera. It is important to realize that the parasite taxonomy is an evolving field and there is no a single scheme that is always acceptable.
Class Nematoda encompasses numerous species that infect livestock and companion animals. This chapter focuses only on the most economically important nematode infections in livestock and companion animals.
General taxonomy of nematodes considered in this chapter is given to the genus level. Major Cestode Infections Hany M. Elsheikha Cestoda is a class of parasitic flatworms Platyhelminthes , commonly called tapeworms or cestodes. All tapeworms use vertebrates as a definitive host, and vertebrates or invertebrates arthropods, crustaceans as an intermediate host, depending on the species.
The definitive host harbors the adult, sexual, or mature stages of parasite. Larval 'metacestode' development occurs in the intermediate host I. In the latter, larval stages attach to the gut mucosa and mature to adult tapeworms via a process called 'strobilation'.
Most tapeworms are found in the small intestine of their host as adults or, with Thysanosoma spp. Major Fluke Infections Philip J. Skuce Dicrocoeliosis is caused by Dicrocoelium dendriticum, which is also known as 'lancet fluke' or 'small liver fluke'. It can infect sheep, goats, cattle, deer and rabbits, and occasionally horses and pigs.
Dicrocoeliasis is a widespread problem worldwide in grazing livestock. Would you like to change to the United States site? Taylor , R. Coop , Richard L.
Long established as a bestselling parasitology book for veterinary practitioners and veterinary students, the previous edition lead by Urquhart was praised as ' This third edition of Veterinary Parasitology is a major update which builds on the spirit of earlier editions. New authors with a wealth of experience of teaching and researching the subject have thoroughly revised and restructured the book to reflect modern teaching practice and the most up-to-date coverage of advances in this area.
Suitable for veterinary students, as well as researchers of veterinary parasitology, veterinarians in practice and in government service and others who are involved in aspects of parasitic disease. He has over 35 years' experience of research in veterinary parasitology.
Richard Wall is Professor of Zoology at the University of Bristol, UK, where he teaches and heads an internationally recognized research group working on the ecology, behaviour and control of arthropod parasites and vectors. Request permission to reuse content from this site. Undetected country. NO YES. Veterinary Parasitology, 3rd Edition.
Selected type: Added to Your Shopping Cart. Wall ISBN: About the authors: Permissions Request permission to reuse content from this site. Table of contents 1. Parasite Taxonomy and Morphology. Read more Reviews Editorial reviews. Publisher Synopsis "It may be useful for an upper division course in parasitology or helminthology.
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View all subjects. User lists Similar Items.The title will be removed from your cart because it is not available in this region. Fitzgerald Parasites may induce a wide variety of pathology in their host tissues. New authors with a wealth of experience of teaching and researching the subject have thoroughly revised and restructured the book to reflect modern teaching practice and the most up-to-date coverage of advances in this area.
Demodex spp and Psorobia spp are host specific, and these species will not cross-infest other hosts. Parasites and Diseases of Wild Mammals in Florida. Featuring full-colour illustrations and a user friendly layout
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