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Human dirofilariosis: The report of subcutaneous Dirofilaria repens infection in the Slovak Republic

[1] Bábal, P., Kobzová, D., Novák, I., Dubinský, P., Jalili, N. (2008): First case of cutaneous human dirofilariosis in Slovak Republic. Bratisl. Med. J., 109: 486–488 [2] Espinóza, E., Cordero, M., Muro, A., Lorente, F., Simón F. (1993): Anti-Dirofilaria immitis IgE: seroepidemiology and seasonal-variation in an exposed humanpopulation. Trop. Med. Parasitol., 44: 172–176 [3] Fernando, S. D., Ihalamulla, R. L., De Silva, W. A. (2000): Male and female filarial worms Dirofilaria

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Subconjunctival Infection due to Dirofilaria Repens ‐Case Report

. Molecular diagnosis of human dirofilariosis from paraffin-embeddednodules. In 2 nd European Dirofilaria days: 2009. Edited by Morchón R, Simón F, Montoya JA. Salamanca, Spain: Morchón R, Simón F, Montoya JA, Genchi C; 2009:98-216. 14. Cancrini G, Montoya MN, Prieto G, Bornay-Linares FJ. Current advances in experimental diagnosis of human and animal dirofilariosis. In: Heartworm infection in humans and animals, Simon F, Genchi C. 2001; Eds: 103-120. 15. Cancrini G, Prieto G, Favia G, Giannetto G, Tringali R, Pietrobelli M, Simoâ NF. Serological Assays On Eight Cases

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Human ocular dirofilariosis in Slovakia, a case report

[1] Argy, N., Sabou, M., Billing, A., Hermsdorff, Ch., Candolfi, E., Abou-bacar, A. (2011): A first human case of ocular dirofilariosis due to Dirofilaria repens in Northeastern France. J. Trop. Med., Article ID 698647, DOI: 10.1155/2011/698647 [2] Babál, P., Kobzová, D., Novák, I., Dubinský, P., Jalili, N. (2008): First case of cutaneous human dirofilariosis in Slovak Republic. Bratisl. Med. J., 109: 486–488 [3] Dam, T., Das, P. (2005): The importance of dirofilariasis in India

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Canine subcutaneous dirofilariosis — noteless and neglected (Difficulties in disease monitoring)

[1] Babál, P., Kobzová, D., Novák, I., Dubinský, P., Jalili, N. (2008). First case of cutaneous human dirofilariosis in Slovak Republic. Bratisl. Lek. Listy, 109: 486–488 [2] Genchi, C., Kramer, L.H., Rivasi, F. (2011). Dirofilarial infections in Europe. Vector Borne Zoonotic Dis., 11: 1307–1317. DOI: 10.1089/vbz.2010.0247. http://dx.doi.org/10.1089/vbz.2010.0247 [3] Hrčková, G., Kuchtová, H., Miterpáková, M., Ondriska, F., Cibíček, J., Kovacs, Š. (2012). Histological and molecular

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Epidemiological coherency of vulpine dirofilariosis in environmental conditions of Slovakia

is new about animal and human dirofilariosis? Trends Parasitol. , 25: 404 - 409. DOI: 10.1016/j.pt.2009.01.003 Starr, T.W., Mulley, R.C. (1988): Dirofilaria immitis in the Dingo (Canis familiaris dingo) in a Tropical Region of the Northern Territory, Australia. J. Wildl. Dis. , 24: 164 - 165 Střelková, L., Halgoš, J. (2012): Mosquitoes (Diptera, Culici-dae) of the Morava River floodplain, Slovakia. Centr. Eur. J. Biol. , 7: 917 - 926. DOI: 10.2478/s11535-012-0061-0 Svobodová. S., Svobodová, Z., Beladičová, V., Valentová, D. (2005): First case of canine

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A Case of Subconjunctival Dirofilariasis in Bulgaria

;8:39-44. 5. Kalogeropoulos K, Stefaniotou M, Gorgoli K, et al. Ocular dirofilariasis: A case series of 8 patients. Middle East Afr J Ophthalmol 2014;21(4):312-6. 6. Melsom H, Kurtzhals J, Qvortrup K, et al. Subconjunctival Dirofilaria repens infestation: a light and scanning electron microscopy study. Open Ophthalmology J 2011;5:21-4. 7. Gorezis S, Psilla M, Asproudis I, et al. Intravitreal dirofilariasis: A rare ocular infection. Orbit 2006;25:57-9. 8. Agry N, Sabou M, Billing A, et al. A first human case of ocular dirofilariosis due to Dirofilaria

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Thelazia Callipaeda and Eye Infections

. Tasić S, Stoiljković N, Miladinović-Tasić N et al. Subcutaneous Dirofilariosis in South-East Serbia - Case Report. Zoonoses and Public Health 2011; 5: 318-22. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1863-2378.2010.01379.x 5. Trenkić-Božinović M, Tomašević B, Veselinović A et al. The first case of human occular dirofilariosis in the city of Niš. International Congress-XLVII Dani preventivne medicine, Niš, 2013. (elektronska forma http://www.izjz-nis.org.rs/index.html) 6. Mahanta J, Alger J, Bordoloi P. Eye infestation with Thelazia species. Indian J

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Immune Response in Infections Caused by Helminthes

, Semnani RT. Activation and regulation of Toll-Like Receptors (TLRs) by helminth parasites. Immunol Res 2009; 43(1-3): 252-63. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12026-008-8079-0 PMid:18982454 PMCid:3398210 7. Otašević S, Miladinović Tasić N, Tasić A, Zdravković D, Đorđević J, Ignjatović A, Marković R, Cvetković D. Seroincidence of echinococcosis on the territory of the city of Niš. Acta Fac Med Naiss 2011; 27: 199-204. 8. Đorđević J, Tasić S, Miladinović Tasić N, Tasić A. Diagnosis and clinical importance of human dirofilariosis. Acta Fac Med

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Prevalence of Dirofilaria repens in dogs in central-eastern Poland and histopathological changes caused by this infection

R., Wesołowska M., Gołąb E.: Human dirofilariosis in Poland: the first cases of autochtonous infections with Dirofilaria repens. Ann Agric Envir Med 2012, 3, 445-450. 4. Demiaszkiewicz A.W., Polańczyk G.: The first case of Dirofilaria repens invasion in a dog in Poland. Mag Wet 2010, 3, 254-256. 5. Demiaszkiewicz A.W., Polańczyk G., Osińska B., Pyziel A.M., Kuligowska I., Lachowicz J.: Morphometric characteristics of Dirofilaria repens Railliet et Henry, 1911 parasite of dogs in Poland. Wiad Parazytol 2011, 4, 253

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First autochthonous Dirofilaria immitis (Leidy, 1856) infection in a dog in Hungary

–372 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vetpar.2006.06.006 [4] Fok, É., Szabó, Z., Farkas, R. (1998): Dirofilaria repens első hazai diagnosztizálása kutyában sebészeti beavatkozás során [The first autochthonous case of a dog infected with Dirofilaria repens in Hungary]. Kisállatorvoslás, 4: 218–219 [5] Fok, É., Kiss, G., Majoros, G., Jacsó, O., Farkas, R., Gyurovszky, M. (2007): Preliminary results of an epidemiological survey on dirofilariosis of dog and cat in Hungary. In Genchi, C., Rinaldi, L., Cringoli, G. (Eds.): Mappe

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