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*  Anthelmintic
... a condition called helminthiasis. These drugs are also used to treat infected animals. Pills containing anthelmintics are used ... Dysphania ambrosioides WHO (2006). Preventive chemotherapy in human helminthiasis: coordinated use of anthelminthic drugs in ... "Controlling Soil-Transmitted Helminthiasis in Pre-School-Age Children through Preventive Chemotherapy". PLoS Neglected Tropical ...
*  List of MeSH codes (C22)
... helminthiasis, animal MeSH C22.674.377.315 --- dictyocaulus infections MeSH C22.674.377.320 --- dirofilariasis MeSH C22.674. ... animal MeSH C22.467.435.442 --- hepatitis, infectious canine MeSH C22.467.435.812 --- rift valley fever MeSH C22.488.088 --- ... animal MeSH C22.674.710.896 --- trypanosomiasis, bovine MeSH C22.735.050 --- ape diseases MeSH C22.735.500 --- monkey diseases ... animal MeSH C22.674.710.122 --- babesiosis MeSH C22.674.710.235 --- cryptosporidiosis MeSH C22.674.710.367 --- dourine MeSH ...
*  Helminthiasis
... (plural helminthiases), also known as worm infection, is any macroparasitic disease of humans and other animals ... Chronic helminthiasis may cause severe morbidity. Helminthiasis has been found to result in poor birth outcome, poor cognitive ... Helminthiasis has been found to result in poor birth outcome, poor cognitive development, poor school and work performance, ... In regions where helminthiasis is common, mass deworming treatments may be performed, particularly among school-age children, ...
*  Echinococcosis
For these animals to become infected they must eat the organs of an animal that contains the cysts such as sheep or rodents. ... It is classified as a neglected tropical disease and belongs to the group of diseases known as helminthiasis (worm infections ... The eggs are released in the stool of meat-eating animals that are infected by the parasite. Commonly infected animals include ... animal feces and animal hair, another prevention strategy is improved hygiene. In addition to targeting risk factors and ...
*  Intestinal parasite infection
These infections can damage or sicken the host (humans or other animals). If the intestinal parasite infection is caused by ... "Control of soil-transmitted helminthiasis in Yunnan province, People's Republic of China: Experiences and lessons from a 5-year ... parasite infection is a condition in which a parasite infects the gastro-intestinal tract of humans and other animals. Such ... helminths, the infection is called helminthiasis. Signs and symptoms depend on the type of infection. Intestinal parasites ...
*  Hermetia illucens
Black soldier fly larvae (BSFL) are an excellent source of sustainable protein for aquaculture, animal feed, and pet and human ... Helminthiasis. Retrieved April 20, 2008. Devic, Emilie; Maquart, Pierre-Olivier (2015-12-09). "Dirhinus giffardii (Hymenoptera ... The wastes include fresh manure, food wastes of both animal and vegetable origin. Fly larvae are among the most efficient ... They may be killed by freezing, drying, manually feeding to domestic animals, putting the collection container in a chicken ...
*  Coinfection
Crompton, DW (1999). "How much human helminthiasis is there in the world?". The Journal of Parasitology. 85 (3): 397-403. doi: ... Petney, TN; Andrews, RH (1998). "Multiparasite communities in animals and humans: frequency, structure and pathogenic ...
*  Helminths
They can live inside humans and other animals. In their adult form, helminths cannot multiply in humans. Helminths are able to ... Lamonthe Argumedo, R., Garcia Prieto, L. (1988). Human Helminthiasis in Mexico, A.G.T. Editor, S.A., 1st edition, Mexico. ... An infection by a helminth is known as helminthiasis, helminth infection or intestinal worm infection. There is a naming ... The eggs are the infective stage of the helminths' life cycle for causing the disease helminthiasis. Helminth eggs are ...
*  Hymenolepiasis
Humans and other animals become infected when they intentionally or unintentionally eat material contaminated by insects. In an ... The disease is a type of helminthiasis which is classified as a neglected tropical disease. Hymenolepis worms live in the ...
*  Ascaridia galli
If the animal is able to mount an immune response to the larvae, i.e. from pre-exposure, the larvae do not develop into adults ... "Helminthiasis: Introduction". The Merck Veterinary Manual. 2006. Archived from the original on 22 June 2007. Retrieved 2007-07- ... Griffiths HJ (1978). A Handbook of Veterinary Parasitology: Domestic Animals of North America. University of Minnesota Press, ... Soulsby, EJL (1982) Helminths, arthropods and protozoa of domesticated animals. 7th Ed. Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia pg. 164. ...
*  Deworming
Horses are most often dewormed with a paste or gel placed on the back of the animal's mouth via a dosing syringe; feed ... Mass deworming campaigns of school children have been used both as a preventive as well as a treatment method for helminthiasis ... a paste or gel that is deposited at the back of the animal's mouth, a liquid drench given orally, an injectable, or as a pour- ... on which can be applied to the animal's topline. In dogs and cats, purge dewormers come in many forms including a granular form ...
*  Filariasis
... can also affect domesticated animals, such as cattle, sheep, and dogs. Verminous hemorrhagic dermatitis is a ... Neglected diseases Eradication of infectious diseases Helminthiasis List of parasites (human) Center for Disease Control and ...
*  Rudolf Virchow
He correctly asserted that these worms could also cause human helminthiasis. Virchow further demonstrated that if the infected ... Unlike his German peers, Virchow had great faith in clinical observation, animal experimentation (to determine causes of ... He was the first to establish to link between infectious diseases between humans and animals, for which he coined the term " ... We cannot teach or consent that it is an achievement that man descended from the ape or other animal. - Homiletic Review, ...
*  Fecal-oral route
... animal feces should also be included in the F-diagram. The sanitation and hygiene barriers when placed correctly prevent the ... Tape worms Ascariasis and other soil transmitted helminthiasis Waterborne diseases are diseases caused by pathogenic ... "Exposure to Animal Feces and Human Health: A Systematic Review and Proposed Research Priorities". Environmental Science & ...
*  Hookworm infection
... is a soil-transmitted helminthiasis and classified as a neglected tropical disease. The term hookworm is ... These include Ancylostoma tubaeforme, Ancylostoma braziliense, and Uncinaria stenocephala.[citation needed] Other animals such ... the school-based treatment approach on the prevalence and intensity of schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminthiasis among ...
*  Neglected tropical diseases
Therefore, it is important to protect freshwater from animals and animal waste. Treatment of many NTDs require clean water and ... The three major worm species responsible for soil-transmitted helminthiasis are Ascaris (roundworms), Trichuris (whipworm), the ... It is caused by ingesting parasites in animal feces. There are two versions of the disease: cystic and alveolar. Both versions ... It is caused by a lyssavirus transmitted through wounds or bites from infected animals. The first symptoms are fever and pain ...
*  Jean-Fran├žois Rossignol
... for the treatment of intestinal helminthiasis. From Marseille to Geneva, it was only a short trip to the Division of Parasitic ... Efficacy of nitazoxanide against Cryptosporidium parvum in cell culture and in animal models. Antimicrobial Agents and ... Cavier's laboratory and was found effective against both intestinal protozoa and helminths in vitro or in laboratory animals ...
*  Albendazole
... has been used as an anthelminthic and for control of flukes in a variety of animal species, including cattle, sheep ... Preparing to control Schistosomiasis and Soil-transmitted Helminthiasis in the Twenty-First Century. 86 (2): 141-159. doi: ... It is marketed for this purpose by Zoetis (formerly Pfizer Animal Health) in numerous countries (including the United States ... by Channelle Animal Health Ltd. in the United Kingdom as Albex; and by Ravensdown in New Zealand (as Albendazole). Although ...
*  Iron-deficiency anemia
These stores are called ferritin complexes and are part of the human (and other animals) iron metabolism systems. Iron is a ... The leading cause of iron-deficiency anemia worldwide is a parasitic disease known as a helminthiasis caused by infestation ...
*  Taenia (cestode)
Members of the genus are responsible for taeniasis and cysticercosis in humans, which are a type of helminthiasis belonging to ... Evidence suggests the domestication of animals by humans consequently introduced Taenia species to new intermediate hosts, ... in sub-Saharan Africa savannah in the Late Pliocene resulted in a vast food resource for hominids and other carnivorous animals ...
*  Ascaris lumbricoides
This organism is responsible for the disease ascariasis, a type of helminthiasis and one of the group of neglected tropical ... United States: Elsevier Mosby, 2005[page needed] Piper R (2007). Extraordinary Animals: An Encyclopedia of Curious and Unusual ... Animals, Greenwood Press.[page needed] Roberts, Larry S.; Janovy, John Jr. Foundations of Parasitology, Eighth Edition. United ...
*  Ascariasis
There are two animal models, the mouse and pig, used in studying Ascaris infection. Infections in pigs leads to poor weight ... It is a type of soil-transmitted helminthiasis and part of a group of diseases called helminthiases. Prevention is by improved ... This makes ascariasis the most common form of soil-transmitted helminthiasis. As of 2010 it caused about 2,700 deaths a year, ... A problem for young animals more than for mature ones, clinical signs include unthriftiness, potbelly, rough hair coat, and ...
*  Biomphalaria glabrata
The shell of animals from natural habitats is usually olivaceous (olive drab) in color. The width of the shell of adults snails ... Crompton, D. W. (1999). "How much human helminthiasis is there in the world?" (PDF). The Journal of Parasitology. 85 (3): 397- ... doi:10.1016/S0003-3472(74)80066-7. Wells, M. J.; Buckley, S.K.L. (1972). "Snails and trails". Animal Behaviour. 20 (2): 345-355 ... Townsend, C. R. (1974). "Mucus trail following by the snail Biomphalaria glabrata (Say)"". Animal Behaviour. 22 (1): 170-177. ...
*  Human feces
The same color change can be observed after consuming foods that contain a substantial proportion of animal blood, such as ... poses significant health risks and has contributed to widespread infection with parasitic worms-a disease called helminthiasis ... Malabsorption Short bowel syndrome Attempts to reduce the odor of feces (and flatus) are largely based on animal research ... Journal of animal science. 81 (7): 1754-63. PMID 12854812. Dugdale, David C. ""Stools - foul smelling" on Medline Plus". U.S. ...
*  Necator americanus
Necatoriasis-a type of helminthiasis-is the term for the condition of being host to an infestation of a species of Necator. ... Animals portal. ...
*  Environmental racism in Europe
This has caused epidemic proportions of "tuberculosis, hepatitis, intestinal disorders, and helminthiasis". Romani migrants ... and animals were used as primary means for transportation. During the late 1950s, timber was the primary economic product ... whose sewage containing animal excrement runs through the housing project, with obvious consequences for the health of the ... domestic animal husbandry, and logging, all of which require healthy ecosystems." Many of these issues of environmental ...