Intestinal worm


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These animals are of so simple a structure, that Cuvier has arranged them with the intestinal worms, though never found within the bodies of other animals.
[USA], Aug 3 (ANI): A recent study in rural Kenya explored the effects of water quality, sanitation, handwashing, and nutritional interventions because of the increasing rates of the intestinal worm and Giardia infections.
'The rising intestinal worm infection incidence is now alarming as this can affect the children's growth and health condition,' she said.
Ogunjobi said that lack of proper hand washing could cause various diseases such as diarrhoea, cholera, typhoid and intestinal worm infections.
While inaugurating the initiative here, Parliamentary Secretary for Ministry of Planning Development and Reform Kanwal Shauzab said that Prime Minster of Pakistan in his first speech to the nation expressed serious concerns on high prevalence of stunting among children and intestinal worm infestation is one of the major reasons.
Frequency of intestinal worm infestation among school going children in Karachi-Pakistan.
Her postdoc and first author Lalit Kumar Dubey noticed that the lymph nodes of mice that had been infected with the intestinal worm Heligmosomoides polygyrus bakeri had massively grown in size.
Our experiment was performed on adult earthworms due to its physiological resemblance with the intestinal worm parasite infecting human (Awad, 2004).
Conclusion: Poor hygiene, outdoor open field defecation, and unclean standing water source are risk factors for high prevalence of intestinal worm infestation.
TWO senior medics are standing trial for manslaughter after a teenager suffering from intestinal worm infection died on the operating table.
Ascariasis, a parasitic roundworm infection caused by Ascaris species, is the most common human intestinal worm infection globally.
Studies on the intestinal worm (helminthiasis) infestation in a Central Nigerian rural community.