Canine Infections with Onchocerca lupi Nematodes, United States, 2011–2014
, Alessio Giannelli, Maria S. Latrofa, Filipe Dantas-Torres, Nicole Scotty Trumble, Matt Chavkin, Gavin Kennard, Mark L. Eberhard, and Dwight D. Bowman
Author affiliations: Università degli Studi di Bari, Valenzano, Italy (D. Otranto, A. Giannelli, M.S. Latrofa, F. Dantas-Torres); Aggeu Magalhães Research Institute, Recife, Brazil (F. Dantas-Torres); BluePearl Veterinary Partners, Eden Prairie, Minnesota, USA (N. Scotty Trumble); Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Hospital, Englewood, Colorado, USA (M. Chavkin); Eye Care for Animals, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA (G. Kennard); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (M.L. Eberhard); Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA (D.D. Bowman)
Figure 1. Subconjunctival nodule on the medial canthus of the right eye of dog 2 (Table), Minnesota, USA. This dog was found to be infected with Onchocerca lupi nematodes.
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