hydatidosis


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Related to hydatidosis: hydatid disease, hydatid cyst
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Noun1.hydatidosis - infestation with larval echinococci (tapeworms)
infestation - the state of being invaded or overrun by parasites
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Primary Peritoneal Hydatidosis in a 76-Year-Old Farmer: An Unusual form of a Common Disease.
Initially hydatidosis involves soft tissue and then spreads to bones.
coccidian; hydatidosis and schistosomiasis were taken from clinically, serologically and parasitologically confirmed cases from veterinary centres to check the cross reactivity of the test.
Other differential diagnoses should include atrial myxoma,[sup][2] a gradually growing cardiac tumor, and hydatidosis,[sup][3] which would be supported by the presence of hydatid cysts in lungs and liver and positive serologic tests.
The most frequent hepatic diseases encountered in slaughtered bovine are telangiectasia, hepatitis, perihepatitis (adhesions), fascioliasis, hydatidosis, tuberculosis, abscesses, and cirrhosis (LAUZER et al.
granulosus, is the commonest cause of cystic hydatidosis, a disease which continues to be a serious public problem causing morbidity and mortality in China, Eastern Europe, Turkey, the Far East and South Africa.
2010 (25), confirmed that G1 was the predominant genotype of hydatidosis in human in central Iran.
Cystic rupture into the collecting system, causing hydatiduria is pathognomonic, though seen in only 10-20% of renal hydatidosis and is usually microscopic.
Cystic echinococcosis (CE), or cystic hydatidosis, is a complex, chronic parasitic disease with a cosmopolitan distribution.
The rupture of the cyst into the urinary collecting system causes hydatiduria and is a pathognomonic sign of renal hydatidosis, a finding that is present in only 10-20% of the cases.
Hydatidosis is a tissue infection with man as an accidental intermediate host caused by the larval stage of Echinococcus granulosus or Echinococcus multilocularis.