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eeHealthbook news Your pets are at risk of hepatozoon americanum:

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Dr. Pradip Chauhan

According to article by J Vet Emerg Crit Care (San Antonio) hepatozoon Americanism an emerging disease in the south-central/southeastern United States.

Hepatozoon americanum: an emerging disease in the south-central/southeastern United States.

Although the patient in which the disease is recognized and property treated the outcome is favorable, the practitioners do not know the clinical features and epidemiology of the disease. That may increase the risk of the disease the transmission.

Hepatozoon canis was first described from dogs in 1905 in India and Rhipicephalus sanguineus was identified as the vector. Dogs on the Texas Gulf Coast were recognized in 1978 to have hepatozoonosis, and it was thought that H. canis had entered the New World. Later, it was realized that American canine hepatozoonosis (ACH) is more debilitating than its Old World counterpart, often resulting in death

Hepatozoon Americanum

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