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Intestinal parasites and risk factors in dogs and cats from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

By I. F. Arruda, R. C. F. Ramos, A. da S. Barbosa, L. C. de S. Abboud, I. C. dos Reis, P. R. Millar, M. R. R. Amendoeira

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Category Journal Articles
Publication Title Veterinary Parasitology: Regional Studies and Reports
Volume 24
DOI 10.1016/j.vprsr.2021.100552
Language English
Author Address Toxoplasmosis and other Protozoan Diseases Laboratory, Oswaldo Cruz Institute/Fiocruz,
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  1. Analytics
  2. Animal diseases
  3. Animals
  4. Areas
  5. Bitches
  6. Brazil
  7. Canidae
  8. Canine
  9. Carnivores
  10. Cats
  11. Clinics
  12. Countries
  13. Developing countries
  14. Dogs
  15. Epidemiology
  16. Handling
  17. Helminthiasis
  18. Infections
  19. Infectious diseases
  20. Intestines
  21. Invertebrates
  22. Latin America
  23. Lifestyle
  24. Mammals
  25. nematodes
  26. Parasites
  27. Parasitic diseases
  28. Pets and companion animals
  29. Questionnaires
  30. rectum
  31. risk factors
  32. roundworm
  33. South America
  34. sucrose
  35. tapeworms
  36. Techniques
  37. Threshold Countries
  38. United States of America
  39. urban areas
  40. urban population
  41. vertebrates
  42. Veterinary medicine
  43. Veterinary sciences
  44. Zoology
  45. Zoonoses