The chi-square test of independence was used to assess the relationship between the morphological condition and the anatomical sites affected by Cysticercus
Since porcine muscular cysticercosis caused by Cysticercus
cellulosae was not detected in any of the 559,529 pigs to which this systematic procedure of inspection was applied until June 2014, there are no epidemiological data indicating that it is necessary to adopt the incision systematic of the heart lengthwise during post-mortem inspection.
solium pigs act as the intermediate host in which the larval stage or cysticercus
(2001) on necropsy examination observed Taenia hydatigena cysticercus
(19%), Ascarops strongylina (89%), Physocephalus sexalatus (6%), A.
cellulosae) sistiserkinin yutulmasi yetiskin tenya ile insan enfeksiyonuna neden olur.
The high frequency of infection by other parasites in the Brazilian population may interfere with the performance of the ELISA test where a total parasite extract is used, as in the present study, whose results showed a positivity of 66.3%; the total antigenic extract from cysticercus
A confirmed case was considered on the basis of several criteria that included the following (5): 1) surgically removed nodules identified as Cysticercus
cellulosae by tableting, an incubation test, or histopathologic examination; 2) serum or cerebrospinal fluid positive by immunologic examination; 3) patient history of travel to or residence in a disease-endemic area and a history of tapeworms or contact with tapeworm-infected patients; 4) positive results by computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging for neurocysticercosis or for B-mode ultrasound for cutaneous muscular or ophthalmic cysticercosis; and 5) diagnosis of cysticercosis supported by clinical symptoms, which could include subcutaneous or muscular nodules, headache, dizziness, epilepsy, or visual disturbance.
In a study of biopsy-proven lesion, Chandy and Rajshekhar  reported that single enhancing CT lesion in the majority of patients represent dying cysticercus
TsAg5, a Taenia solium cysticercus
protein with a marginal trypsin-like activity in the diagnosis of human neurocysticercosis.
Identificacion morfologica y molecular de Cysticercus
fasciolaris aislado de un roedor (Rattus norvegicus) de la provincia de Buenos Aires (Argentina).
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