THE FELINE LEISHMANIOSE IN THE REGION OF ALGIERS

M. Djoudi, R.R Triki-Yamani, R. Kaidi, M. Bachir-Pacha

Abstract


An investigation led to the municipal pound of Algiers, watch that 36% of the 50 tried roaming cats are positive to the F tests.L.G and Witness®. Leishmaniens is the total strength, 50% of the males and 20% of the females. She/it especially affects the cats of 1 to 2 years. Finally, the ulceration is the predominant and reminiscent lesion of the feline leishmaniose. Henceforth, the cat must be considered like a potential reservoir of Leishmania infantum in Algeria. D '' other studies are necessary to specify the prévalence and, the techniques of choice of the diagnosis.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/arspa.v93i1-2.10969



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