echinococcus

NOUN
  1. tapeworms whose larvae are parasitic in humans and domestic animals
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How To Use echinococcus In A Sentence

  • = -- The parasites found in food in this country are echinococcus, guineaworm, hookworm, trichina, and tapeworm. The Home Medical Library, Volume I (of VI)
  • Warmer temperatures may allow species with a low rate of infection, such as brucellosis in caribou or echinococcus in voles, to survive in larger numbers increasing the number of susceptible hosts and infected animals. Potential impacts of indirect mechanisms of climate change on human health in the Arctic
  • Rein speaks of the removal of an enormous echinococcus cyst of the omentum without interruption of pregnancy. Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine
  • Some of these cases were doubtless instances of echinococcus, trichin√¶, or the result of rectovesical fistula, but Riverius 13.38 mentions an instance in which, after drinking water containing worms, a person passed worms in the urine. Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine
  • She was attacked with a severe inflammation of the right eye, which had to be enucleated, and was found full of tenia echinococcus, evidently derived from the dog's tongue. Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine
  • The dog is the host for _Taeniae marginala_, _coenurus_ and _echinococcus_. Common Diseases of Farm Animals
  • The echinococcus is a tiny cestode which is the factor in the production of the well-known hydatid cysts which may be found in any part of the body. Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine
  • The echinococcus is a tiny cestode which is the factor in the production of the well-known hydatid cysts which may be found in any part of the body. Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine
  • Hydatid disease in humans is caused by the dog tapeworm, Echinococcus granulosus.
  • Other arctic zoonotic diseases that could be influenced by climate change include botulism, paralytic shellfish poisoning, tularemia, brucellosis, echinococcus, trichinosis, and cryptosporidium. Potential impacts of indirect mechanisms of climate change on human health in the Arctic
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