Pathology of experimental Cysticercus
bovis infection in the reindeer (Rangifer tarandus Linne, 1758).
In a study of biopsy-proven lesion, Chandy and Rajshekhar  reported that single enhancing CT lesion in the majority of patients represent dying cysticercus
Identificacion morfologica y molecular de Cysticercus
fasciolaris aislado de un roedor (Rattus norvegicus) de la provincia de Buenos Aires (Argentina).
7] These pathological factors could have predisposed to the occurrence of phenytoin-induced DRESS in our patient which can be substantiated by a study that has revealed a higher incidence of cutaneous reactions in patients having solitary cysticercus
granuloma and receiving phenytoin.
Hematological and biochemical tests may be used as alternate for the diagnosis of Cysticercus
bovis within the local setting and to qualify animals for international export with an acceptable degree of confidence (Wrights, 1998).
Garcia-Montoya GM, Mesa-Arango JA, Isaza-Agudelo JP Agudelo-Lopez SP Cabarcas F Barrera LF Alzate JF Transcriptome profiling of the cysticercus
stage of the laboratory model Taenia crassiceps, strain ORF Acta Trop.
Prevalence and organ distribution of larval Oestrus ovis (Diptera: Oestridae), Cysticercus
tenuicollis and Echinococcus granulosus (Cestoda:Taenidae) in slaughtered sheep and goats at Jeddah in Saudi Arabia.
Dipylidiumcaninum and cysticercus
cyst for Taeniaspp.
Existen casos reportados por microorganismos poco frecuentes como lo son: Propionibacterium acnes (19), Ustilago spp (20), Lactococcus lactis cremoris (21), Cysticercus
, Shistosoma, Paragonimus (12) Brucellas spp (22), Mycobacterium tuberculosis (23), Alternaria infectoria (24), Nocardia nova (25), Streptococcus intermedius (26), Trypanosoma cruzi (3), entre otros.
The cyst of cysticercus
forms a relatively stable internal environment to avoid damage to the larvae from the host immune system (Li et al.
Novel anti-parasitic compounds including 5-, 6-, and 7-member N heterocyclic rings (96, 97, and 98, respectively) were synthesised and used to kill parasites including blood flukes, cestodes, cysticercus
, Clonorchis sinensis, lung flukes, and Fasciolopsis buski in humans or animals (Yang et al.
Contract award: Food Standards Agency - FS517002 A more targetted inspection of Cysticercus