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Synonyms for filaria

European weed naturalized in southwestern United States and Mexico having reddish decumbent stems with small fernlike leaves and small deep reddish-lavender flowers followed by slender fruits that stick straight up

slender threadlike roundworms living in the blood and tissues of vertebrates

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Alem dessas enfermidades de extrema importancia em saude publica, outras filarias, alguns virus, bacterias e protozoarios podem estar associados a esses insetos, mas necessitam de maiores estudos.
The filaria non-endemic arthritis patients were [CFA.
Mas alla de la dependencia del gusano con la bacteria, esta ultima jugaria un papel primario en la inflamacion: aparentemente la ceguera estaria causada por Wolbachia, no por la filaria.
The Government of India launched administration of annual single-dose DEC in 2004 and proposed the day of administration of MDA to be observed as National Filaria Day (NFD) every year in the endemic districts.
The National Filaria Control Programme (NFCP) was launched in India in 1955.
They also provide information on common health hazards like malaria, filaria and dengue.
We are not able to control infective disease like tuberculosis diarrhea , malaria, filaria, influenza and Japanese encephalitis and on the other hand diseases related to western life style like obesity, diabetes, blood pressure, asthma, COPD, cancer, cardiac diseases, stroke, obstructive sleep apnea etc are on rise.
Systemic predisposing factors NI = 64% DIABETES = 21% HIV = 4% FILARIA = 7% CCF = 4% Note: Table made from pie chart.
2%) were infected by Dictyocaulus filaria which is includes highest infection rate.
Science and Technology Project Report on integrated vector control of malaria, filaria and other vector borne diseases;--Annual Report.
Toxoplasma gondii, Trichinella, Rickettsia, Plasmodium malariae and falciparum, filaria.
River blindness is an eye disease caused by the filaria worm.
Os reflexos da escassez de agua potavel disponivel para as atividades humanas aumentam nos quatro cantos do planeta, impulsionando assim: a disseminacao de doencas de veiculacao hidrica (colera, tifo, filaria, diarreia entre outras); reducao de agua disponivel para irrigacao e dessedentacao de animais; racionamento de agua para o consumo domestico nos centros urbanos entre outros problemas.
Em 1850, Joseph Leidy classificou o agente etiologico dessa enfermidade como Filaria immitis (KNAUER, 1998).