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The Prevalence and Parasitic Loud at Sheep by Dicrocoelium Dendriticum Through Postmortum Diagnosis

Ilirjan Bakiasi, Eglantina Xhemollari, Kastriot Belegu, Bejo Bizhga


The study was conducted during a calendar year in slaughterhouses. The aim of this study was to determine the level of infestation of parasites and parasitic load in the livers of adult sheep in Lushnja district. We examined a total of 232 livers. The prevalence of infestation of the liver proved to be 42.24 % of the heads of the examined samples. Infestation with Dicrocoelium dendriticum proved to be a highly prevalent parasite in the liver of sheep in the area of Lushnje. Parasites found in each liver was collected, was differentiated according to trigger parasitic characteristics and were counted for each sample to calculate the parasitic load of the body. The level of infestation with Dicrocoelium dendriticum resulted so higher in damaging the productivity of sheep. Examination postmortem of the liver can provide data of interest for Dicrocoelium dendriticum parasitism in sheep. Results require that research and diagnostic needs use of antihelmintic permanently programmed to maintain productivity and condition of these animals in the region and beyond.

Keywords: Dicrocoelium dendriticum, sheep, prevalence, parasitic loud, Lushnje.

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