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Table 1

Prevalence and 95% confidence interval (CI) of intestinal, cardiorespiratory and vector-borne parasites identified in the total number of examined dogs (639) and in the same dogs separated into apparently healthy or clinically suspect dogs on the basis of clinical examination.

  Total dogs Apparently healthy dogs Clinically suspected dogs
Intestinal helminths 27.5% (176/639)
(95% CI 24.1-31.2)
23.9% (42/176)
(95% CI 17.8-30.9)
76.1% (134/176)
(95% CI 69.1-82.2)
Intestinal protozoa 11.3% (72/639)
(95% CI 9-14)
2.8% (2/72)
(95% CI 0.3-9.7)
97.2% (70/72)
(95% CI 90.3-99.7)
Cardiorespiratory nematodes 7.8% (50/639)
(95% CI 5.9-10.3)
32% (16/50)
(95% CI 19.5-46.7)
68% (34/50)
(95% CI 53.3-80.5)
Dirofilaria repens 2.8% (18/639)
(95% CI 1.7-4.5)
94.5% (17/18)
(95% CI 72.7-99.9)
5.5% (1/18)
(95% CI 0.1-27.3)
Leishmania infantum 2.5% (16/639)
(95% CI 1.5-4.1)
37.5% (6/16)
(95% CI 15.2-64.6)
62.5% (10/16)
(95% CI 35.4-84.8)

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