T. Carrau, M.M. Garijo, C. Martínez-Carrasco, D. Pérez, L.M.R. Silva, A. Taubert, C. Hermosilla & R. Ruiz de Ybáñez
Additionally, 17.85% of the animals were Mycobacterium spp. positive. Therefore, comparison between parasite prevalence, intensity and abundance in tuberculosis-positive and -negative animals was performed. Statistically significant differences between the prevalence of lungworms and gastrointestinal nematodes in Mycobacterium spp. infected and free goats were found. The paper discusses this co-infection between Mycobacteriaceae and endoparasites.