strongyloid

strongyloid

(ˈstrɒndʒɪlɔɪd)
adj
(Biology) of or relating to a strongyle
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Seeds of garlic, onion and mint has been used against gastrointestinal parasitism, extract of Tobbacco plant has been proved effective against various ectoparasites, some natural anthelmintic plants and their different parts like seeds, leaves, bark as such or their ether extracts which are proved to be effective against different helminthes include Azadirachta indica (Neem) against Strongyloid, Plasmodium and Trypanosomes, seed extract of Trachyspermum ammi Linn.
Eggs are excreted with feces and then hatch and develop into strongyloid larvae.
Serologic test results for antibodies to Fasciola and Strongyloides were negative.
Advances in developing molecular- diagnostic tools for strongyloid nematodes of equids: fundamental and applied implications.
(9) Adult T-cell leukemia/lymphoma is significantly greater in patients simultaneously infected by HTLV-1 and Strongyloid.es stercoralis, or those infected with HTLV-1-associated infective dermatitis.
Technique for the estimation of pasture infestation by strongyloid larvae.
contortus y otras especies de NGI como Nematodirus battus, Teladostargia circumcincta, Chabertia ovina, Trichuris ovis, Strongyloides papillosus, T.
Seeds of garlic, onion and mint has been used against gastrointestinal parasitism, extract of Tobacco plant has been proved effective against various ectoparasites, some natural anthelmintic plants and their different parts like seeds, leaves, bark as such or their ether extracts which are proved to be effective against different helminths include Azadirachta indica (Neem) against Strongyloid, Plasmodium and Trypanosomes, seed extract of Trachyspermum Ammi Linn.
Humans become infected by ingesting unwashed vegetables contaminated by animal feces containing strongyloid larvae.
colubriformis nematodes can be distinguished from similar stages in Strongyloides and Ancylostoma spp.
To the Editor: Strongyloidiasis is a helminth infection caused by Strongyloides stercoralis, a nematode ubiquitous in tropical and subtropical countries and occasionally reported in temperate countries, including Italy (1).