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Does Pakistan provide optimum condition for endemicity of fasciolosis?

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article image Fasciolosis is a parasitic disease, caused by Fasciola (F.) hepatica and F. gigantica, commonly called as liver fluke. These are leaf shaped, pointed from the back and wider from the front, although the shape may vary. They have an ability to infect livers of many animals as well as humans. The species of genus Faciola are prevalent throughout the world and affect more than 600 million animals and 2.4 million humans. It has been reported that 0.07 kg/week of the live body weight of…Read More

Does Pakistan provide optimum condition for endemicity of Fasciolosis?

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article image FASCIOLOSIS IS a parasitic disease caused by Fasciola (F.) hepatica and F. gigantic, commonly called as liver fluke. These are leaf shaped, pointed from the back and wider from the front, although the shape may vary. They have ability to infect livers of many animals including humans. The species of genus Faciola are prevalent throughout the world and affect more than 600 million animals and 2.4 million humans. It has been reported that 0.07 kg/week of the live body weight of animals is…Read More