hemoparasite

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hemoparasite

[¦hē·mō′par·ə‚sīt]
(invertebrate zoology)
A parasitic animal that lives in the blood of a vertebrate.
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Her blood picture revealed normocytic normochromic anemia with rouleux formation and no evidence of any haemoparasite. Rapid Malaria test was negative.
Anaplasma marginale was the most prevalent (5.81%; 61/1050) haemoparasite followed in order by Theileria spp.
This suggests a high susceptibility of sheep to this haemoparasite if we compared this data with the ones obtained in cattle in a similar agriecological zone and same season [19].
No haemoparasite and atypical cells seen Table 2: Liver and Renal Function Tests Parameters Values Total bilirubin 1.2 mg SGOT 80U/L SGPT 76U/L Gamma glutamyl transferase 52U/L Alkaline phosphatase 85U/L Total protein 6.8gm% Albumin 3.5gm%, Globulin 3.5gm% A:G ratio 1:1.
The pet practitioners should be cognizant that the presence of one more haemoparasite in dogs which was thought not present raises the problem of different clinical manifestations and different mangemental practices.
Prevalence of new and known species of haemoparasites in feral pigeons in northwest Italy.
Haematology, Biochemical analysis, Haemoparasites, Camels.
Haemoparasites and ectoparasites of fruit bat species in Amurum Forest Reserve and their effects on host physiologic and morphometric parameters.
[3] As haemoparasites for the majority of their complex life cycle, Plasmodium infections expectedly induce haematological alterations.