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Table 3

Features of the studies included in the qualitative analysis regarding T. callipaeda infection in humans.

References
Clinical aspects
Country Region Authors/year Affected eye Ocular symptoms
Croatia Slavonski Brod Paradžik et al.a [61] Left Conjunctival and ciliary infection
Conjunctival hyperemia
Corneal abscess
Itching
Lacrimation
Ocular pain and discomfort
France Nice Otranto and Dutto [50] Both Exsudative conjunctivitis
Foreign body sensation
Lacrimation
Germany Essen Dolff et al. [13] Left Foreign body sensation
Lacrimation
Redness
Italy Roja Valleyb Otranto and Dutto [50] Right Exsudative conjunctivitis
Foreign body sensation
Lacrimation
Italy Canelli Otranto and Dutto [50] Right Exsudative conjunctivitis
Foreign body sensation
Lacrimation
Italy Cuneo Otranto and Dutto [50] Right Exsudative conjunctivitis
Foreign body sensation
Lacrimation
Serbia Medveđa Tasić-Otašević et al. [73] Left Itching
Ocular pain and discomfort
Redness
Spain Coria Fuentes et al. [20] Left Exsudative conjunctivitis
Foreign body sensation
Lacrimation
Spain El Bierzo López-Medrano et al. [37] Right Conjunctival hyperemia
Foreign body sensation
Lacrimation
Spain Ourense Deltell et al. [11] NA Conjunctival hyperemia
Tarsal reaction
Spain Ourense Deltell et al. [11] NA Conjunctival hyperemia
Tarsal reaction

NA: not available.

a

Croatian patient living in a rural household in close contact with a dog.

b

This patient from Liguria had gone trekking in the woods in Tenda (Piedmont region, Italy), approximately 3 weeks before the onset of clinical signs.

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