Eurytrematosis: a Review of the Pancreatic Fluke

Ummu Balqis

Abstract


Eurytrematosis is a common zoonotic disease has emerged as a major species causing veterinary disease
and public health problem. This review examines recent advances in Eurytrema species, the life cycle, intermediate
hosts required for completing the life cycle, and geographical distribution of Eurytrema species in the world, as well
as several factors considered suitable to occur.


Keywords


Eurytrema spp.; Pancreas; Life Cycle; Distribution; Zoonosis

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