Parasitic zoonoses are diseases caused by parasites transmitted from animals to man and vice versa.

The common routes of infection are direct contact, ingestion of infective forms, foodborne transmission, or the bite of an insect vector.

The common routes of infection are direct contact, ingestion of infective forms, foodborne transmission, or the bite of an insect vector.

The impact of the various parasitic zoonoses is variable, depending on the prevalence and severity of the pathology they produce.

The distribution and endemicity is related to the different environmental conditions in different areas of the world

The list of notifiable diseases includes some of these parasitic zoonoses, while others are not subject to surveillance, making it difficult to determine their impact.

This article collects the parasitic zoonoses of compulsory declaration in Spain.