Major Parasitic Zoonoses Associated with Dogs and Cats in Europe

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G. Baneth, S M Thamsborg, D Otranto, J. Guillot, R Blaga, P Deplazes, L Solano-Gallego

Some of the most important zoonotic infectious diseases are associated with parasites transmitted from companion animals to man. This review describes the main parasitic zoonoses in Europe related to dogs and cats, with particular emphasis on their current epidemiology. Toxoplasmosis, leishmaniosis, giardiosis, echinococcosis, dirofilariosis and toxocariosis are described from the animal, as well as from the human host perspectives, with an emphasis on parasite life cycle, transmission, pathogenicity, prevention and identification of knowledge gaps. In addition, priorities for research and intervention in order to decrease the risks and burden of these diseases are presented. Preventing zoonotic parasitic infections requires an integrated multidisciplinary 'One Health' approach involving collaboration between veterinary and medical scientists, policy makers and public health officials.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftJournal of Comparative Pathology
Vol/bind1
Udgave nummerS1
Sider (fra-til)s54-s74
ISSN0021-9975
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 1 jul. 2016

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