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  • n. infestation with the liver fluke Fasciola hepatica; liver damage sometimes occurs; related to liver rot


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  • Leprosy and fasciolosis, a disease caused by flukes infecting the liver and bile ducts, could also be easily treated.

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  • When haemonchosis is present or a chronic condition of haemonchosis and fasciolosis, animals can be treated with a salicylanilide drug such as rafoxanide or closantel.

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  • The prevalence of bovine fasciolosis (liver fluke) is about 8.4 to 21.4 \% in switzerland.


  • The potential of evolution of bovine fasciolosis was calculated according to the model in a raster of 100 by 100 meter for whole switzerland for each month.



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