Infections with nematodes of the order ASCARIDIDA.
An order of nematodes of the subclass SECERNENTEA. Its organisms possess two or three pairs of dorsolateral caudal papillae.

A case of gastric pseudoterranoviasis in a 43-year-old man in Korea. (1/38)

A case of Pseudoterranova decipiens infection was found in a 43-year-old man by gastroendoscopic examination on August 20, 1996. On August 6, 1996, he visited a local clinic, complaining of epigastric pain two days after eating raw marine fishes. Although the symptoms were relieved soon, endoscopic examination was done for differential diagnosis. A white, live nematode larva was removed from the fundus of the stomach. The larva was 38.3 x 1.0 mm in size and had a cecum reaching to the mid-level of the ventriculus. A lot of transverse striations were regularly arranged on the cuticle of its body surface, but the boring tooth and mucron were not observed at both ends of the worm. The worm was identified as the 4th stage larva of P. decipiens.  (+info)

Plasma and bile antibodies of the teleost Trematomus bernacchii specific for the nematode Pseudoterranova decipiens. (2/38)

We investigated the occurrence of antibodies against protein antigens of the nematode parasite Pseudoterranova decipiens in the plasma and bile of the Antarctic teleost Trematomus bernacchii. Three different P. decipiens protein solutions were prepared: excreted/secreted proteins from live larvae (ESP); surface-associated proteins obtained by mild extraction of larval bodies (SAP); and cuticular soluble proteins recovered by extraction in strong reducing conditions (CSP). Using different immunoassays, these 3 preparations were tested for their ability to bind fish antibody. As determined by ELISA, the specific antibody binding activity was higher in SAP than in CSP. As determined by dot-blot immunoassay, the specific antigen binding activity versus SAP was higher in bile than in plasma antibodies. A different number of antigenic components of SAP and ESP were identified by immunoblotting performed with plasma or bile antibodies. These results led to the conclusion that T. bernacchii parasitism by nematodes involves plasma and bile anti-parasite antibodies. Furthermore bile antibodies were found to be more reactive and more heterogeneous than plasma.  (+info)

Larvae of Contracaecum sp. among inshore fish species of southwestern Australia. (3/38)

Larval nematode infections were investigated in 236 fish from 17 estuarine and near-shore species in southwestern Australia. Larvae of the genus Contracaecum were found in 4 species of fish (Acanthopagrus butcheri, Sillaginodes punctata, Mugil cephalus and Aldrichetta forsteri). The prevalence and intensity of infection was highest in the 2 species of mullet: 81% infected and 9.8 +/- 1.5 larvae fish(-1) for M. cephalus; 100% and 12.7 +/- 3.7 larvae fish(-1) for A. forsteri. There was no evidence of post-mortem migration of worms from the visceral organs to the musculature of the fish.  (+info)

Experimental heteroxenous cycle of Lagochilascaris minor Leiper, 1909 (Nematoda: Ascarididae) in white mice and in cats. (4/38)

Reports of natural infections of sylvatic carnivores by adult worms of species similar to Lagochilascaris minor in the Neotropical region led to attempts to establish experimental cycles in laboratory mice and in cats. Also, larval development was seen in the skeletal muscle of an agouti (Dasyprocta leporina) infected per os with incubated eggs of the parasite obtained from a human case. In cats, adult worms develop and fertile eggs are expelled in the feces; in mice, larval stages of the parasite develop, and are encapsulate in the skeletal muscle, and in the adipose and subcutaneous connective tissue. From our observations, we conclude that the larva infective for the mouse is the early 3rd stage, while for the final host the infective form is the later 3rd stage. A single moult was seen in the mouse, giving rise to a small population of 4th stage larvae, long after the initial infection.  (+info)

Raccoon roundworm eggs near homes and risk for larva migrans disease, California communities. (5/38)

The raccoon roundworm, Baylisascaris procyonis, is increasingly recognized as a cause of serious or fatal larva migrans disease in humans and animals. We assessed the potential for infection in three northern California communities by determining the density and distribution of raccoon latrines, where transmission primarily occurs, and the prevalence of eggs at private residences. We collected fecal samples from 215 latrines and found that 44%-53% of the latrines contained B. procyonis eggs and that 16%-32% contained infective eggs. Among the properties surveyed, 28%-49% harbored at least one latrine that was positive for B. procyonis eggs. The latrine densities in these communities were higher than any previously reported. The presence of B. procyonis eggs in raccoon latrines was common, widespread, and closely associated with human habitation. Where raccoon densities are high, education of the public and removal of raccoons may be necessary.  (+info)

A new nematode species Goezia leporini n. sp. (Anisakidae) from cultured freshwater fish Leporinus macrocephalus (Anostomidae) in Brazil. (6/38)

This paper describes nematode infection in the cultured freshwater fish Leporinus macrocephalus (Osteichthyses: Anostomidae) collected at Batatais, Sao Paulo State, Brazil. Of a total of 32 examined fish, 21 (65%) were infected with Goezia leporini n. sp. (Nematoda: Anisakidae) with mean infection intensity of 4.1 parasites. The nematodes presented total length greater than G intermedia, G. holmesi, G. pelagia, G. minuta, G. kliksi, G. sinamora, G. nonipapillata, G. alii, G. moraveci, G. brasiliensis, and G. brevicaeca. The main difference was a great number of preanal papillae in males when compared to G. brasiliensis and G. brevicaeca. The present description also differs from that of G. brasiliensis with respect to spicule length and distance of vulva from the anterior extremity.  (+info)

Gastrointestinal impaction by Parascaris equorum in a Thoroughbred foal in Jeju, Korea. (7/38)

A weanling Thoroughbred foal was admitted to Equine Hospital, Korea Racing Association with signs of colic. On admission the foal was sweating profusely, appeared anxious and exhibiting signs suggestive of abdominal pain. Clinical examination revealed: tachycardia (90 beats/min), tachypnea (50 breaths/min) and congested and slightly cyanotic mucous membranes. No intestinal sounds were auscultated in all 4 abdominal quadrants. Rectal palpation identified concurrent cecum and large colon impactions. Treatment consisted of intravenous administration of a balanced electrolyte solution, nasogastric siphonage and administration of analgesics. Nasogastric reflux contained ascarids. This treatment failed to alleviate the signs of colic. The foal died 3 hours later following discharge because the owner didn't want laparatomy because of economic constraints. Prior to admission this foal had not received any prophylactic anthelmintic treatment. In necropsy, there were masses of ascarids accumulation in the stomach, small intestine and large intestine. The outcome of this report is to describe the first diagnosed case of gastrointestinal impaction by P. equorum in a Thoroughbred foal in South Korea and indicates the importance of regular anthelmintic treatment.  (+info)

Baylisascariasis. (8/38)

The raccoon roundworm, Baylisascaris procyonis, is the most common and widespread cause of clinical larva migrans in animals. In addition, it is increasingly recognized as a cause of devastating or fatal neural larva migrans in infants and young children and ocular larva migrans in adults. Humans become infected by accidentally ingesting infective B. procyonis eggs from raccoon latrines or articles contaminated with their feces. Two features distinguish B. procyonis from other helminthes that cause larva migrans: (i) its aggressive somatic migration and invasion of the central nervous system and (ii) the continued growth of larvae to a large size within the central nervous system. Typically, B. procyonis neural larva migrans presents as acute fulminant eosinophilic meningoencephalitis. Once invasion of the central nervous system has occurred, the prognosis is grave with or without treatment. To date, despite anthelmintic treatment of cases of B. procyonis neural larva migrans, there are no documented neurologically intact survivors. Epidemiologic study of human cases of neural larva migrans demonstrate that contact with raccoon feces or an environment contaminated by infective eggs and geophagia or pica are the most important risk factors for infection. In many regions of the United States, increasingly large populations of raccoons, with high rates of B. procyonis infection, live in close proximity to humans. Although documented cases of human baylisascariasis remain relatively uncommon, widespread contamination of the domestic environment by infected raccoons suggests that the risk of exposure and human infection is probably substantial. In the absence of early diagnosis or effective treatment, prevention of infection is the most important public health measure.  (+info)

Ascaridida infections are caused by roundworms belonging to the order Ascaridida, which includes several species that can infect humans and animals. The most common species that infects humans is Ascaris lumbricoides, also known as the human roundworm. Other species that can cause infection in humans include Toxocara spp., Baylisascaris procyonis, and Ascaris suum (the pig roundworm).

Infection with these parasites typically occurs through ingestion of contaminated food or water containing eggs or larvae. The larvae hatch in the small intestine and then migrate through the body to various organs, including the liver, lungs, and eyes, where they can cause damage. After several weeks, the larvae return to the small intestine, where they mature into adult worms and begin producing eggs.

Symptoms of ascariasis (infection with Ascaris lumbricoides) can vary depending on the severity of the infection and the location of the worms in the body. Mild infections may cause no symptoms or only mild gastrointestinal symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea, and diarrhea. More severe infections can lead to intestinal obstruction, malnutrition, and other complications.

Infection with Toxocara spp. can cause a condition called visceral larva migrans, which is characterized by fever, cough, rash, and liver enlargement. Ocular larva migrans can occur when the larvae migrate to the eye, causing inflammation and potentially leading to vision loss.

Baylisascaris procyonis infection can cause a similar condition called neural larva migrans, which can lead to neurological symptoms such as seizures, muscle weakness, and paralysis.

Prevention of Ascaridida infections involves practicing good hygiene, including washing hands thoroughly with soap and water after using the toilet or handling soil or contaminated objects. Proper cooking and cleaning of food can also help prevent infection. In areas where ascariasis is common, treatment of human waste and improvement of sanitation infrastructure can help reduce transmission.

Ascaridida is an order of large, parasitic roundworms that belong to the phylum Nematoda. These worms are known to infect a wide range of hosts, including humans, and can cause significant damage to their host's health. The most well-known species in this order is Ascaris lumbricoides, which is the causative agent of ascariasis in humans.

Ascariasis is a common parasitic infection that affects millions of people worldwide, particularly in areas with poor sanitation and hygiene. The life cycle of Ascaris lumbricoides involves the ingestion of eggs present in contaminated food or water. Once inside the human body, the larvae hatch from the eggs and migrate through the lungs, where they mature into adult worms that can grow up to 15 inches long. The adult worms then lay thousands of eggs that are passed through the feces, perpetuating the life cycle.

Symptoms of ascariasis can range from mild to severe and may include abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and coughing. In severe cases, the worms can cause intestinal obstruction or perforation, which can be life-threatening if left untreated.

Prevention of ascariasis involves practicing good hygiene and sanitation, including washing hands thoroughly with soap and water before eating or preparing food, avoiding contact with contaminated soil or water, and cooking food thoroughly. Treatment typically involves the use of anti-parasitic drugs that kill the worms and their eggs.

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Infection rates were low in children under 3 years of age, beyond that, rates of infection increased dramatically until 10 ... This phylum is composed of five orders: Ascaridida, Enoplida, Oxyurida, Spirurida, Strongylida and Rhabditida. Strongylida has ... Infection was found to be positively correlated with hookworm infection; however, the difficulty in distinguishing these ... O. bifurcum infection in northern Togo and Ghana is found in virtually every village, with some rural areas exhibiting as much ...
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While infection occurs throughout most of the world, A. lumbricoides infection is most common in sub-Saharan Africa, the ... Ascaridida, Parasitic nematodes of humans, Nematodes described in 1758, Taxa named by Carl Linnaeus). ... Infection occurs when the eggs, too small to be seen by the unaided eye, are eaten. The eggs may get onto vegetables when ... Infections with these parasites are more common where sanitation is poor, and raw human feces are used as fertilizer. Often, no ...
Primary infections are usually not apparent. Secondary infections are characterized by the formation of nodules in the cecum ... Ascaridida, Parasitic nematodes of vertebrates, Parasites of birds, Parasitic diseases, Taxa named by Franz von Paula Schrank, ... During heavy infections, intestinal walls may thicken and exhibit marked inflammation. In egg-laying hens, heavy infection ... H. gallinarum infection is itself is mildly pathogenic. However, H. gallinarum plays the role of carrier in the lifecycle of ...
List of parasites (human) Susceptibility and severity of infections in pregnancy Feline zoonosis Gibbons, L. M.; Jacobs, D. E ... Ascaridida, Veterinary helminthology, Zoonoses, Health issues in pregnancy, Parasitic infestations, stings, and bites of the ...
Beasley, JC et al., (2013) "Baylisascaris procyonis Infections in White- Footed Mice: Predicting patterns of Infection from ... Ascaridida). ... Infection of the eyes may result in permanent visual damage and ... Beasley, JC et al., (2013). "Baylisascaris procyonis Infections in White- Footed Mice: Predicting patterns of Infection from ... Concern for human infection has been increasing over the years due to urbanization of rural areas resulting in the increase in ...
In adult cats, the infection - which is called toxocariasis - is usually asymptomatic. However, massive infection in juvenile ... Ascaridida, Veterinary helminthology, Nematodes described in 1788, Zoonoses, Nematodes and humans). ... Contact with the soil, licking fur near feet, and eating a host animal (such as rodents) can also lead to infection of the ... Treatment for Toxocara cati infections in cats is rather simple. There are a number of anthelmintics that will kill the adult ...
ISBN 92-5-104215-2 Kaufmann, J (1996). Parasitic Infections of Domestic Animals: A Diagnostic Manual. Birkhäuser Verlag AG, ... Ascaridida, Secernentea genera, Taxa named by Franz von Paula Schrank). ...
"Baylisascaris schroederi Infection in Giant Pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) in Foping National Nature Reserve, China". Journal ... Ascaridida). ...
In spite of the numerous raccoons living in close contact with humans, less than 30 serious infections of humans by ... Ascaridida, Zoonoses, Secernentea genera, Rare infectious diseases). ... Gaensbauer, James; Levin, Myron J. (2020). "Infections: Parasitic & Mycotic". Current Diagnosis & Treatment: Pediatrics (25th ... Baylisascaris had been reported by 2012; but it is thought that some cases are misdiagnosed as other infections or are never ...
... as older chicken develop some resistance to infection. Infection may be diagnosed on clinical signs and fecal examination. ... Ascaridida, Secernentea genera, Parasitic nematodes of vertebrates, Parasites of birds). ... Heavy infections can cause a partial or total obstruction of the gastrointestinal tract. Laying hens may produce soft eggs with ... Therefore, control of infection involves the prevention of contamination of feeders and drinkers with feces (by raising them ...
Dioctophymosis, dioctophymiasis, giant kidney worm, kidney worm infection, Dioctophyme renale infection Dioctophyme renale was ... Ascaridida, Nematodes described in 1782, Rare infectious diseases, Taxa named by Johann August Ephraim Goeze). ... Confirmed cases of infection have occurred in minks, dogs, swine, bears, oxen, and humans. D. renale is the largest nematode to ... Infections are also most commonly found in areas where freshwater fish is a dietary mainstay.[citation needed] Non-human ...
Horses up to six months of age are the most susceptible to infection. After this time, infection rates begin to decline and is ... Ascaridida, Veterinary helminthology). ... However, when an infection is found in an adult horse, both the ...
Infection symptoms are similar to infection by other Toxacara species (T. canis, T. cati). It is a common cause of diarrhea in ... Ascaridida, Veterinary helminthology, Carnivoran diseases). ... Infection occurs in the definitive host when the animal eats an ... T. leonina roundworm infections are treated with the same medication protocol as the T. canis or T. cati roundworm infections ( ... Roundworm infections are treated with medication, called "de-wormers", and includes such drugs as fenbendazole, pyrantel, ...
A. lumbricoides is the largest intestinal roundworm and is the most common helminth infection of humans worldwide. Infestation ... Ascaridida, Nematode genera, Taxa named by Carl Linnaeus). ...
Infection with Toxocara has been shown to stimulate atopic disease, specifically asthma. Infection with this parasite causes ... Ascaridida, Nematode families). ... Infection by T. canis or T. cati can cause various clinical ... A number of products supplied by veterinarians can prevent or treat infections with this parasite. A great deal of information ... Research suggests that the IgE production stimulated by infection with Toxocara may contribute to the onsets of allergic asthma ...
In pigs, the infection is caused by Ascaris suum. It is characterized by poor weight gain, leading to financial losses for the ... Ascaridida, Tropical diseases, Conditions diagnosed by stool test, Wikipedia medicine articles ready to translate, Wikipedia ... Infections have no symptoms in more than 85% of cases, especially if the number of worms is small. Symptoms increase with the ... Infection occurs by ingestion of food or drink contaminated with Ascaris eggs from feces. The eggs hatch in the intestines, the ...
Catastrophic loss of fish fry due to infection with an unknown species of Hysterothylacium has been reported. Human infection ... Ascaridida, Nematode genera). ... Hysterothylacium aduncum infection in fish has been associated ...
In adult dogs, infection is usually asymptomatic but may be characterized by diarrhea. By contrast, untreated infection with ... Ascaridida, Veterinary helminthology, Parasites of dogs, Dog diseases, Nematodes described in 1782). ... Four modes of infection are associated with this species. These modes of infection include direct transmission, prenatal ... Dogs with increased risk of infection: i.e. those used in sports, competitions, shows, or those kept in kennels can be given ...
One case report of zoonotic infection in a human brain from Australia during 2021-22 was reported in August 2023. A 2021 study ... Ascaridida, Nematodes described in 1960). ... There are also reports of infections in a sugar glider ( ... Reported infections in pythons include Antaresia childreni (children's python), Aspidites melanocephalus (black-headed python ... and was initially diagnosed with a rare lung infection. Though her symptoms improved with treatment, she subsequently returned ...
Four weeks post-infection is where they are coughed up into the pharynx and swallowed, returning to the small intestine to ... Ascaridida). ... Around two weeks post-infection stage 3 larva will have reached ... Foals are especially susceptible to infection because they like to explore the environment with their mouths, and when they are ... which can usually take 2 to 7 days after the initial infection. The larvae continue moving through the functional tissue, or ...
Around day 25 post infection, they develop into the L5 stage. Worms reach adulthood 6 weeks after infection, and when both ... Ascaridida, Parasitic nematodes of mammals, Swine diseases, Veterinary helminthology, Nematodes described in 1782, Taxa named ... Ascaris infections are treated with ascaricides. A. suum is in the family Ascarididae, and is one of the oldest associations to ... After an incubation period, infective stage larvae develop in the eggs and are ready to cause infection in a new host. ...
An infection by a helminth is known as helminthiasis, helminth infection, or intestinal worm infection. There is a naming ... Ascaridida, Conditions diagnosed by stool test, Foodborne illnesses, Helminthiases, Intestinal infectious diseases, Tropical ... The detection of viable helminth eggs in samples of wastewater, sludge or fresh feces (as a diagnostic tool for the infection ... We speculate that eosinophils may have evolved to optimize metabolic homeostasis during chronic infections by ubiquitous ...
In fact, this species is responsible for the majority of human infection cases within its family. Although such infections can ... Ascaridida, Nematodes described in 1809, Taxa named by Karl Rudolphi). ... causing an infection. The infection is classified as gastric, intestinal, or ectopic based on the site of the lesion caused by ... The infection can be chronic if not treated. Treatment involves removal of the worm by endoscopy or surgery. The Anisakis ...
In some cases, the infection resolves with only symptomatic treatment. In other cases, however, infection can lead to small ... Ascaridida, Secernentea genera). ... The first case of human infection by a member of the family ... Anisakiasis is a human parasitic infection of the gastrointestinal tract caused by the consumption of raw or undercooked ... Anisakids pose a risk to human health through intestinal infection with worms from the eating of underprocessed fish, and ...
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... secernentea infections MeSH C03.335.508.700.100 - ascaridida infections MeSH C03.335.508.700.100.060 - anisakiasis MeSH C03.335 ... adenophorea infections MeSH C03.335.508.100.275 - enoplida infections MeSH C03.335.508.100.275.882 - trichinosis MeSH C03.335. ... rhabditida infections MeSH C03.335.508.700.700.799 - strongyloidiasis MeSH C03.335.508.700.750 - spirurida infections MeSH ... strongylida infections MeSH C03.335.508.700.775.455 - hookworm infections MeSH C03.335.508.700.775.455.154 - ancylostomiasis ...
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"This is therefore the first discovery of Ascaridida eggs and evidence of multi-infection in a host assignable to the Crurotarsi ... Study author Thanit Nonsrirach said: "Parasites of several species, including Ascaridida (roundworm) eggs were found in a ...
... control of these infections is likely to be of importance in future development planning, according to a new international ... and the infection prevalence of three families of endo- and ecto-parasites (Ascaridida, Eimeria and lice) in 1,056 village ... However, in cross-sectional studies, where the timing of infection is unknown, apparent associations between infections may be ... and current or previous infections may affect their susceptibility to further infections with another parasite, and/or can ...
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This is therefore the first discovery of Ascaridida eggs and evidence of multi-infection in a host assignable to the Crurotarsi ... Parasites of several species, including Ascaridida (roundworm) eggs were found in a coprolite, Nonsrirach said, probably ...
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... an infection by the larval stages of ascaridoid roundworm Anisakis simplex from the family Anisakidae of the order Ascaridida ...
Animals Ascaridida Infections Ascaridoidea Disease Reservoirs Feces Female Humans Larva Migrans Male Raccoons Research ... We assessed the potential for infection in three northern California communities by determining the density and distribution of ...
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Human cases of infections have been attributed to M. lineatus in Asia and Mesocestoides variabilis in North America, though the ... zoonotic nematodes of the order Ascaridida (i.e. Toxocara) and Strongylida (i.e. Ancylostoma, Uncinaria) are also associated ... In addition, the infection of the definitive hosts through predation of paratenic hosts has consequences on the time of larval ... Sarcocystis nesbitti infection in human skeletal muscle: possible transmission from snakes. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2014;90:361-4. ...
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A Preliminary Study on the Infection of Anisakid Larvae in Juvenile Greater Amberjack Seriola dumerili Imported from China to ... Ascaridida: Anisakidae) from the Mediterranean and North-East Atlantic. International Journal for Parasitology 16, 633-640. ... Uchida, A., Kawakami, Y. & Murata, Y. (1998) Infection of Anisakis larvae in fishes from Sagami and Suruga bays. Journal of the ... Ascaridida: Anisakidae). Journal of Helminthology 60, 331-339.CrossRefGoogle Scholar ...
The female gonopore is also the site of infection by male Ascaris lumbricoides, which can penetrate the vulva and enter the ... Ascaris lumbricoides is a parasitic worm that belongs to the phylum Nematoda, the class Chromadorea, the order Ascaridida, and ... Ascaris lumbricoides can also cause aberrant infections, where the worms migrate to other organs or tissues than the small ... Aberrant infections can cause serious complications such as obstruction, inflammation, abscesses, perforation, or bleeding. ...
Infecções por Ascaridida/diagnóstico , Infecções por Ascaridida/epidemiologia , Infecções por Ascaridida/veterinária , ... Although the infection status of i>Anisakis in second intermediate hosts, such as marine fishes and cephalopods, and humans ... Infecções por Ascaridida/epidemiologia , Infecções por Ascaridida/veterinária , Infecções por Ascaridida/parasitologia , ... Infecções por Ascaridida , Ascaridoidea , Doenças dos Cavalos , Animais , Cavalos , Infecções por Ascaridida/veterinária , ...
Beasley, JC et al., (2013) "Baylisascaris procyonis Infections in White- Footed Mice: Predicting patterns of Infection from ... Ascaridida. *Ascaris lumbricoides *Ascariasis. *Anisakis *Anisakiasis. *Toxocara canis / T. cati *Visceral larva migrans / ... Beasley, JC et al., (2013). "Baylisascaris procyonis Infections in White- Footed Mice: Predicting patterns of Infection from ... Trematode infection). Blood fluke. *Schistosoma mansoni / S. japonicum / S. mekongi / S. haematobium / S. intercalatum * ...
Trematode infection). Blood fluke. *Schistosoma mansoni / S. japonicum / S. mekongi / S. haematobium / S. intercalatum * ... Ascaridida. *Ascaris lumbricoides *Ascariasis. *Anisakis *Anisakiasis. *Toxocara canis / T. cati *Visceral larva migrans / ... Duration of swimming is correlated with increased risk of infection in Europe[10] and North America,[11] and shallow inshore ... The main symptom is itchy papules (raised skin) that commonly occur within 2 days of infection. Initially, wheals develop ...
Trematode infection). Blood fluke. *Schistosoma mansoni / S. japonicum / S. mekongi / S. haematobium / S. intercalatum * ... Ascaridida. *Ascaris lumbricoides *Ascariasis. *Anisakis *Anisakiasis. *Toxocara canis / T. cati *Visceral larva migrans / ... "High infection rate of zoonotic Eucoleus aerophilus infection in foxes from Serbia". Parasite. 20: 3. doi:10.1051/parasite/ ... "Giant kidney worm infection in mink and dogs". Merck Veterinary Manual (MVM) (online ed.). 2006. Archived from the original on ...
Trematode infection). Blood fluke. *Schistosoma mansoni / S. japonicum / S. mekongi / S. haematobium / S. intercalatum * ... Ascaridida. *Ascaris lumbricoides *Ascariasis. *Anisakis *Anisakiasis. *Toxocara canis / T. cati *Visceral larva migrans / ... The infection causes a red, intensely pruritic (itchy) eruption, and may look like twirling lesions.[4] The itching can become ... Wearing shoes in areas where these parasites are known to be endemic offers protection from infection.[2] In general, avoiding ...
Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 122, 240-253Search in Google Scholar. Zingales B. 2011. Trypanosoma cruzi: um parasita, dois ... Further studies on Toxascaris leonina (Linstow, 1902) (Ascaridida: Ascarididae) from Felis lynx (Linnaeus) and Panthera leo ( ... Risk of human toxocarosis in Poland due to Toxocara infection of dogs and cats ... A review of the parasite diversity and the potential of selecting population after in vitro culturing and mice infection. ...

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