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my·ia·sis

 (mī′ə-sĭs, mī-ī′ə-sĭs)
n. pl. my·ia·ses (mī′ə-sēz′)
1. Infestation of tissue by fly larvae.
2. A disease resulting from infestation of tissue by fly larvae.

[Greek muia, mūa, fly + -iasis.]

myiasis

(ˈmaɪəsɪs)
n, pl -ses (-ˌsiːz)
1. (Pathology) infestation of the body by the larvae of flies
2. (Pathology) any disease resulting from such infestation
[C19: New Latin, from Greek muia a fly]

my•ia•sis

(ˈmaɪ ə sɪs)

n., pl. -ses (-ˌsiz)
any disease that results from the infestation of tissues or cavities of the body by larvae of flies.
[1830–40; < Greek myî(a) fly + -asis]

myiasis

any disease resulting from infestation of the body tissues or cavities by flies.
See also: Disease and Illness
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.myiasis - infestation of the body by the larvae of flies (usually through a wound or other opening) or any disease resulting from such infestation
infestation - the state of being invaded or overrun by parasites
Translations
Myiasis
승저증
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According to a study in Sao Paulo, Brazil, tail amputation practiced by breeders as a hygienic measure did not prevent myiasis by the larvae of Cochliomyia hominivorax.
Agriculture and other specialists from around the world address arthropod pests in the poultry industry, Brachycera flies in dairy farms, the cattle tick, and sheep myiasis; trypanosomosis, mosquito-borne diseases in the livestock industry, bluetongue virus, and tick-borne anaplasmosis, cowdriosis, and babesiosis; interventions like the use of an anti-tick vaccine for integrated cattle fever tick eradication in the US, biological control with parasitoids, entomopathogens, semiochemical tools for livestock pest control, genetic control of vectors, biosecurity, and a simulation model of stable flies and their control; and the impact of vector control, including costs.
Pin-site myiasis, a surgical complication reported since 2005 (1), is an infection with insect larvae in wounds after use of metal stabilizers to treat bone fractures.
rufifacies human myiasis cases sometimes coincide with other blow fly species, such as Chrysomya megacephala (F.) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) (Sukontason et al.
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Another aspect that contributes for the similarity on the post weaning performance is the equal nutritional handling used with the animals and the health care performed with the castrated calves at weaning, being not observed the occurrence of hemorrhage, myiasis or problems with the cicatrization of the incision for castration, factors that may influence negatively on the performance of the cattle.
However nasal myiasis is reported to be an unusual disease in goats (Ahaduzzama et al., 2015) and infection rates are reported to be always higher in sheep than in goats after either natural or artificial infestation (Papadopoulos et al., 2001).
Of the 25 chicks examined from 2011-2015, 64% (n = 16) had mites, 0% had internal parasites, and 1 chick (4%) had myiasis. During that same period, 23 chicks (92%) had their body weight and body scores evaluated; 6 (26%) of which were within reference intervals, 13 (57%) had low body weight, and 4 (17%) were very thin.
Myiasis is the cutaneous infestation of humans and vertebrate animals by fly larvae.
on "First case of Furuncular Myiasis due to Cordylobia anthropophaga in a Latin American resident returning from Central African Republic" with great interest.