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tae·ni·a·sis

also te·ni·a·sis  (tē-nī′ə-sĭs)
n.
Infestation with tapeworms.
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taeniasis

(tiːˈnaɪəsɪs) or

teniasis

n
(Pathology) pathol infestation with tapeworms of the genus Taenia
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tae•ni•a•sis

or te•ni•a•sis

(tiˈnaɪ ə sɪs)

n.
infestation with tapeworms.
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taeniasis, teniasis

infestation by tapeworms.
See also: Infestation
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References in periodicals archive ?
DNA differential diagnosis of taeniasis and cysticercosis by multiplex PCR.
Cysticercosis and taeniasis are widely prevalent in many Latin American countries.
While transmission of cysticercosis from a commercial food handler has never been documented such transmission may occur and any food handler with taeniasis (infection with adult T.
Cysticereosis and taeniasis were designated as reportable conditions in Oregon in 2002.
Taeniasis is an intestinal infection caused by the adult stage of the large tapeworm.
The meat develops an intestinal tapeworm infection, known as taeniasis.
One must understand that taeniasis and NCC are two different clinical entities caused by the same parasite, i.e., T.
Proglottid and egg samples were collected from patients with diphyllobothriasis and taeniasis in hospitals in Japan.
Tapeworm infections, Taeniasis, Cysticercosis, Hymenolepiasis, Occupational groups.
solium transmission should be a priority as intervention can reduce the substantial healthcare and economic burdens due to both NCC and taeniasis. (8)
Under current regulations, 11 parasitic diseases are subject to mandatory reporting and registration: ascariasis, cryptosporidiosis, congenital toxoplasmosis, echinococcosis, giardiasis, hymenolepiasis, malaria, taeniasis, trichinellosis, trichuriasis and visceral leishmaniasis (4).
Yamasaki, "Present situation of porcine taeniasis and human cysticercosis in Nepal," Southeast Asian journal of tropical medicine and public health, vol.