trematodiasis


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trem·a·to·di·a·sis

 (trĕm′ə-tō-dī′ə-sĭs)
n.
Infestation or infection with trematodes, often caused by ingestion of inadequately cooked food.
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La OMS en 1995 publica un reporte tecnico del control de las trematodiasis de transmision alimentaria donde estima que la fasciolosis causa perdidas economicas de aproximadamente 11 millones US$ anuales [23].
To determine the extent of trematodiasis in the collection, individual exhibits within the same building as the original presenting cases were assessed, with birds representing 27 avian species from 9 orders.
Lucha contra las trematodiasis de transmision alimentaria.
La CIEF ha sido especialmente usada como prueba diagnostica de trematodiasis, como en los casos de fasciolosis humana y animal (22,24,25), pero escasamente evaluada en paragonimiosis humana y animal (9,26).
infected by larval trematodes of the species Podocotyloides stenometre, a condition called trematodiasis (Aeby, 2003).
Separate chapters characterize the life history, host range, and transmission of tapeworms, roundworms, flukes, and flatworms along with the diagnosis, epidemiology, morbidity, and treatment of food- borne trematodiasis, lymphatic filariasis, schistosomiasis, and trichinosis.
Sarcosporidiosis and Trematodiasis in Bovine: A Clinical and Pathologic Study of One Case
Foodborne trematodiasis is reemerging and occurring in developed regions (1-3).
CUADRO 1 Trematodiasis registradas en seis especies de peces del Lago de Cuitzeo, Michoacan P.