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Studies on blood changes due to trichinella spiralis infection in albino rats


, : Studies on blood changes due to trichinella spiralis infection in albino rats. Zoological Society of Egypt Bulletin (34): 42-50

A detailed study of the blood changes due to Trichinella spiralis infection in albino rats were done. A significant decrease in the white blood corpuscles was observed on the 2nd, 4th, 6th and 9th day post infection, although there was increase of eosinophils and monocytes. After that, the white blood corpuscles count returned to the control level again with the appearance of neutrophilia and persistance of acidophilia and monocytosis, allover the rest of the experimental time with significant decrease in the lymphocytes, indicating a shift to the left. Gamma globulin was increased at the 30th and 40th days after infection. Packed cell volume, hemoglobin percentage, sodium, potassium and chloride levels remained without changes allover the experiment.

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