cysticercosis


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cys·ti·cer·co·sis

 (sĭs′tĭ-sər-kō′sĭs)
n.
The condition of being infested with cysticerci.

cysticercosis

(ˌsɪstɪsɜːˈkəʊsɪs)
n
a parasitic infection of tissue by the larval form of the pork tapeworm, Taenia Solium, contracted through the ingestion of food or water contaminated by faeces, or by eating infected pork

cys•ti•cer•co•sis

(ˌsɪs tə sərˈkoʊ sɪs)

n.
infestation with larvae of the pork or beef tapeworm that have migrated from the intestines to other body parts.
[1900–05]
Translations

cysticercosis

n cisticercosis f
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Experts have linked the situation to the prevalence of communicable and zoonotic diseases such as Tuberculosis, Cysticercosis and Trichinoses, among others.
"It is important to recognise disseminated cysticercosis clinically and to perform appropriate radiological investigations, because this condition requires an appropriate therapy.
Cysticercosis infections occur mostly in rural areas of developing countries where pigs are allowed to roam and where sanitation practices are poor, according to the U.S.
PCR results were negative for enterovirus, herpes viruses 1 and 2, varicella zoster virus, cysticercosis, tuberculosis, and toxoplasmosis but positive for Oropouche virus (OROV) (fraction S) (1).
Cases of thyroid gland cysticercosis are also reported, but these are usually cases with the involvement of the thyroid gland in generalized cysticercosis.
Cysticercosis is the most frequently diagnosed zoonotic disease in post mortem examinations of cattle in slaughterhouses in Brazil, and represents an important socioeconomic and public health issue (SANTOS and MOREIRA, 2010).
This decision is justified by the fact that the risk associated with microbial cross-contamination is greater than the risk of possible deficiencies in the inspection of the pathological processes by these techniques, such as the detection of tuberculosis by incision of the sub-maxillary lymphatic nodules (LN) or of porcine cysticercosis by incision of the heart lengthwise so as to open the ventricles and cut thorough the interventricular septum [12].
The non-neoplastic category comprised of- 1) Cystic lesions like epidermal inclusion cyst (EIC), thyroglossal cyst and mucocele/ mucus retention cyst; 2) Inflammatory like non-specific acute and chronic inflammation/ abscess or granulomatous lesion; 3) Vascular lesions; 4) Parasitic infestation like cysticercosis. Non-specific inflammatory pathology was the most common non-neoplastic lesion (22 of 42; 52.38% of all non-neoplastic lesions) were noted in the study [Table 3].
NCC also termed as intracerebral cysticercosis is common parasitic (zoonotic=animal borne) infection that affects the nervous system which manifests as a seizure disorder.
Effective protection induced by three different versions of the porcine S3Pvac anti cysticercosis vaccine against rabbit experimental Taenia Pisiformis cysticercosis.
Tapeworm infections, Taeniasis, Cysticercosis, Hymenolepiasis, Occupational groups.