this course for undergraduate third year students of faculty of veterinary medicine, in the first term.
the aim of this course is to introduce the study of Helminthes that infect all domestic animals and poultry , also the zoonotic helminthes tat may infect human , it contain the study of trematodes, cestodes, and nematodes
The presentation of material in this handbook is based on the author's experiencein teaching veterinary parasitology. The information, concerning onlyparasites occurring in Egypt, and North Africa, has been compiled from the work andwritings of many in the field of parasitology. Books devoted to veterinaryparasitology are limited in number, and until now the highly regarded text bySoulsby was the only work in English dealing with the protozoans, arthropods,and helminths of veterinary importance.
The intent of the handbook is to provide the veterinary practitioner, student, and animal technician with an easily used source of information regardingthe more common parasites of domestic animals in North Africa. The manual is intended to be a standard text or an exhaustive source of informationon animal parasites. It is designed to be a concise reference work fromwhich the user may quickly retrieve factual material as an aid in the identificationand control of animal parasites. The material is presented in a consistent format.