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    Veterinary Parasitology? How Is This important For you Pomeranian?

     

    Parasitology is a complex study of parasites, the hosts these parasites infest and the symptoms of hosts caused by parasites. Under Parasitology, there are animal and plant hosts as well as animal, plant and protozoan parasites. For this reason, researchers and veterinarians study different fields including cell biology, immunology, ecology and medicine.

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    Veterinary Parasitology is the science that studies the diseases from animal parasites that causes a significant loss of body weight and feed conversion rates among domestic animals. A few numbers of animal parasites can be transmitted from pets to animals. These parasites are scientifically known as “zoonotic”, while the disease that a human catch from animals are called “zoonoses”.

    The study of veterinary Parasitology involves different techniques to spot the cause of these diseases and to save both animal and human lives in the process. Since the significance of parasites differ largely between regions and countries, veterinary Parasitology aims to recognize these problems and formulate a solution that will prevent the disease from spreading.

    When animals on a farm are infected with certain parasites, they may not display severe symptoms and they don’t die immediately. As a result, farmers may not spot that their animals are being infected and will only recognize the disease once the animals reduce significant body weight. The goal of veterinary Parasitology is to recognize the characteristics of all kinds of parasites for proper diagnosis, immediate treatment and control the spreading of disease.

    The Studies under Veterinary Parasitology

    Veterinary Parasitology is an important study because most parasites are “zoonoses”, which give severe pain to animals and cause death to humans. To prevent bacteria, virus and other parasites from killing animals and people, scientists and veterinarians study veterinary Parasitology and specialize in various fields, including general animal parasitology, veterinary parasitology and parasite ecology.

    Researchers under general parasitology study both human and animal parasites. They evaluate the modes of transmission of various diseases, such as tapeworms, roundworms and other external parasites. They also formulate, test and develop new medicines for treating various parasite infestations.

    Veterinary parasitology involves the study of disease that afflicts different animals, especially those that infect fish, poultry and livestock. The importance of this field understands that parasites can dramatically affect economic growth of an area.

    Parasite ecology is a study that evaluates and researches on the life cycle of parasites as well as their transmission modes to host organisms. Other studies of parasitology involve the study of a particular parasite using DNA technology.

    Veterinary parasitology plays an indirect, but large role in human health when these professionals control parasites from animals that are transmissible to humans. If you want to have a career that saves both the lives of animals and humans, then consider studying parasitology after your four-year veterinary course.

     

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