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Investigación de la efectividad de varios métodos de tratamiento en cabras con papilomatosis cutánea

The Investigation of the effectiveness of various treatment methods in goats with cutaneous papillomatosis



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Yıldırım, Y. ., Bozkurt, G. ., Küçük, A. ., & Taşal, İbrahim. (2022). Investigación de la efectividad de varios métodos de tratamiento en cabras con papilomatosis cutánea. Revista MVZ Córdoba, 27(2), e2376. https://doi.org/10.21897/rmvz.2376

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Yakup Yıldırım
Gökhan Bozkurt
Ali Küçük
İbrahim Taşal

Objetivo. Este estudio investigó los efectos de recuperación del levamisol, el extracto de Tarantula cubensis y la combinación de levamisol+extracto de T. cubensis en cabras con papilomatosis cutánea. Materiales y métodos. Se incluyeron en el estudio cuarenta cabras de pelo entre 2 y 4 años de edad en período de lactancia, que fueron diagnosticadas clínicamente de papilomatosis, y se dividieron en cuatro grupos aleatoriamente, cada uno con diez cabras. No se realizó ninguna aplicación en cabras en el grupo de control. Se administraron levamisol (5mg/kg, por vía intramuscular), extracto de T.cubensis (4ml, por vía subcutánea) y levamisol (5mg/kg, por vía intramuscular) y extracto de T.cubensis (4ml, por vía subcutánea) a las cabras en el grupo de levamisol, grupo de extracto de T. cubensis y grupo combinado, respectivamente, dos veces a intervalos semanales. Todos los animales de los grupos se controlaron a intervalos de 15 días durante tres meses. Resultados. Si bien no se observó recuperación en el grupo de control, se observó regresión en solo el papiloma de un animal (10%). Las tasas de recuperación y regresión fueron 40% y 40% en el grupo de levamisol, 30% y 40% en el grupo de extracto de T. cubensis y 60% y 30% en el grupo combinado, respectivamente. Conclusiones. Se encontró que los tres tratamientos aplicados en cabras para tratar la papilomatosis cutánea eran efectivos en diferentes grados. Cuando se comparó entre los grupos de tratamiento, se encontró que la combinación de extracto de levamisol+T. cubensis era un tratamiento más efectivo.


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