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Volume 18, Number 12—December 2012

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Thelaziosis in Humans, a Zoonotic Infection, Spain, 2011

Isabel FuentesComments to Author , Isaías Montes, Jose M. Saugar, Stefania Latrofa, Teresa Gárate, and Domenico Otranto
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Madrid, Spain (I. Fuentes, J.M. Saugar, T. Gárate); Hospital Ciudad de Coria, Cáceres, Spain (I. Montes); Università degli Studi di Bari, Valenzano, Italy (S. Latrofa, D. Otranto)

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Light micrographs of Thelazia callipaeda showing A) posterior and B) anterior portion with cephalic end and buccal capsule; C) anterior portion containing embryonated eggs; D) middle portion containing rounded first-stage larvae; E) posterior portion containing first-stage larvae; F) caudal end. Scale bars = 25 µm.

Figure. . Light micrographs of Thelazia callipaeda showing A) posterior and B) anterior portion with cephalic end and buccal capsule; C) anterior portion containing embryonated eggs; D) middle portion containing rounded first-stage larvae; E) posterior portion containing first-stage larvae; F) caudal end. Scale bars = 25 µm.

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