Message Number: FHL2132 | New FHL Archives Search
From: "Sukie Crandall"
Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2007 19:26:06 -0000
Subject: [ferrethealth] Re: Migrating Parasites
--- In email@example.com, tansy <tansyhl@...> wrote:
> Given your area, if it is indeed a parasite, the 1st I
> would look at is Babesia...
That got me curious so i hit the refs
Mercksource.com has this from Dorland's Medical Dictionary"
B. gibso=B4ni an etiologic agent of canine babesiosis in the domestic dog,=
jackal, wolf, and
fox, and also infecting the mongoose, ferret, and badger, transmitted by th=
Haemaphysalis bispinosa and Rhipicephalus sanguineus, and occurring in Indi=
a, Sri Lanka,
Malaysia, Korea, Egypt, Japan, and the United States.
I don't know upon what they based that since I could not find a related abs=
The trick, of course, is if what is being considered is actually there inst=
ead of possibly
there, and if so then if it is IN blood cells rather than in the blood as a=
fluid, because that
would change the options which have actually been found in ferrets drastica=
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