*List of MeSH codes (C03)

... screw worm infection MeSH C03.858.211.857 --- tick infestations MeSH C03.858.560.400 --- leishmaniasis, cutaneous MeSH C03.858. ... strongyle infections, equine MeSH C03.335.349.868 --- toxocariasis MeSH C03.335.508.100 --- adenophorea infections MeSH C03.335 ... secernentea infections MeSH C03.335.508.700.100 --- ascaridida infections MeSH C03.335.508.700.100.060 --- anisakiasis MeSH ... rhabditida infections MeSH C03.335.508.700.700.799 --- strongyloidiasis MeSH C03.335.508.700.750 --- spirurida infections MeSH ...

*Chrysomya bezziana

"The screw-worm fly Chrysomya bezziana villeneuve (Diptera: Calliphoridae) in a sterile insect release trial in Papua New Guinea ... HA Central Committee on Infections. Fact Sheet on Chrysomya bezziana. Oct. 2002. Hospital Authority. Mar. 2009 . "Pests of ... Their common name, the "screwworm", is derived from the maggots that embed themselves into the flesh of their host in a screw- ... Chrysomya bezziana, also known as the Old World screwworm fly or screwworm, is an obligate parasite of mammals. Obligate ...

*Cochliomyia

Townsend, C. H. T. (1915). "A new generic name for the screw-worm fly". Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences. ... Treatment of the victim can be time-consuming and, due to the high incidence of secondary infection, frustrating, but with ... However, the negative connotation surrounding the word "screwworm" has persisted, and the largely harmless secondary screwworms ... the screwworm, because they possess small spines on each body segment that resemble a screw's threads. After the larvae hatch, ...

*Mosquito-borne disease

... how they can protect themselves from infection and the symptoms of infection. Community health education programs can identify ... Some species of mosquito can carry the filariasis worm, a parasite that causes a disfiguring condition (often referred to as ... Used successfully for decades to combat fruit flies and livestock pests such as screwworm and tsetse flies, the technique can ... A Zika virus infection might be suspected if symptoms are present and an individual has traveled to an area with known Zika ...

*Parasitic flies of domestic animals

Infections with nematode worms causing filariosis may be treated with the avermectin class of biologically derived drugs ( ... This technique was used to eradicate Cochliomyia hominivorax screw-worm fly from the USA where the flies were endemic, and from ... DermNet New Zealand Tiny flags target African tsetse flies Screw worm fly surveillance and preparedness (Australia) ... The nematode worm Dirofilaria immitis that causes heartworm disease in dogs is transmitted by species of Culex and Aedes. See ...

*Myiasis

screw-worm fly) Phormia spp. (black-bottle fly) Calliphora spp. (blue-bottle fly) Sarcophaga spp. (flesh fly or sarcophagids) ... causing deep and irritating lesions highly subject to infection. After about the second day, bacterial infection is likely and ... horse botfly) Cochliomyia hominivorax (new world screwworm fly) Chrysomya bezziana (old world screwworm fly) Auchmeromyia ... "Screwworm flies as agents of wound myiasis". Fao.org. Retrieved 2013-11-05. El-Azazy, O.M.E. (1989). "Wound myiasis caused by ...

*Leader Stirling

Kibosho had more worms, stomach trouble, high blood pressure and rheumatic fever while having less of bilharzia and leprosy ... septic infections, measles, whooping cough and even cancer. Once again there were geographical differences in the occurrence of ... "screw-drivers made ideal supracondylar traction pins, sewing cotton became perfect ligatures. Thomas splints were contrived ...

*Ticks of domestic animals

... such as the screw-worm, Cochliomyia hominivorax.[5] When ticks feed, they secrete saliva containing powerful enzymes and ... Also, treatment does not necessarily fully clear infections and this may lead to persistent subclinical infections which remain ... In cattle, infection of the red blood cells may grow rapidly to create a potentially fatal inflammatory crisis of the blood. ... This is known as a carrier state of infection of the ticks. The concept called endemic stability has developed to explain the ...

*DMOZ - Health: Animal: Livestock: Conditions and Diseases

Screw-worm Fly Serious threat to pastoral industries, occurs in almost all tropical countries except Australia. Its life cycle ... treatment and the precautions necessary to prevent human infection. ...

*Dog

Stillbirth is the most frequent cause of death, followed by infection. Mortality due to infection was found to increase ... There are many different shapes for dog tails: straight, straight up, sickle, curled, or cork-screw. As with many canids, one ... worm", among others. Piotr Gąsiorowski has suggested that Old English *docga is actually derived from Old English colour ... In the United States, about 10,000 cases of Toxocara infection are reported in humans each year, and almost 14% of the U.S. ...

*Arabic language influence on the Spanish language

abismal: screw in head of a spear. From Arabic al-mismar (المسمار‎) "nail." abitaque: a cut of wood used in construction of a ... adúcar: type of silk made from the outside of the silk-worm's cocoon. From Andalusi Arabic Haduqa. adufe: tambourine used by ... From Arabic shakatu el hurr, "skin infection". alhorría: (or ahorría): Expression used for when a slave is freed. From Arabic ...

*Rhinoplasty

Infection is rare, but, when it does occur, it might progress to become an abscess requiring the surgical drainage of the pus, ... worm's-eye view), the alar base configures an isosceles triangle, with its apex at the infra-tip lobule, immediately beneath ... of large-area defects of the nasal dorsum requires the stable support of a bone graft affixed either with a lag screw or with a ... Venereal infection - e.g., syphilis A rhinoplastic correction can be performed on a person who is under sedation, under general ...