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Prevalence of Toxocara canis in Stray Dogs, Northern Iran
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Toxocariasis: a silent threat with a progressive public health impact
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You have entered an invalid code. Submit Cancel. Thank you for submitting a comment on this article. Toxocara : The Enigmatic Parasite. Celia Holland , Huw V. Toxocara is a parasitic helminth worm which continues to stimulate both public concern and scientific interest. Toxocara canis and T. Many questions remain unanswered about the host-parasite relationship, its epidemiology and public health significance.
Veterinarians and clinicians are interested in its importance as a zoonosis. The parasite's capacity to cause ocular disease is of concern to ophthalmologists, while its propensity to stimulate allergic manifestations is of interest to allergologists, dermatologists and respiratory medicine specialists.