Dermatobia hominis

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Related to Dermatobia hominis: botfly, Caesalpinia echinata, myiasis
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Synonyms for Dermatobia hominis

large tropical American fly

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The sequence was found to be 99% identical to Dermatobia hominis from Brazil (Genbank accession nos.
In our country, three different cases caused by three different species including scrotal myiasis due to Dermatobia hominis in a 21-year old patient (12), urogenital myiasis due to Eristalis tenax in a 58-year old woman (13) and urogenital myiasis due to Lucilia sericata in another patient (8) were reported.
A etiologia da enfermidade nao tem sido totalmente estabelecida, mas alguns estudos sugerem uma associacao entre o parasitismo da Dermatobia hominis e a presenca da bacteria Gram negativa, Mannheimia granulomatis.
The parasitic biontophage larvae of the healthy tissue cause the furunculoid myiasis, and the flies from the species Dermatobia hominis, Cochliomyia hominivorax and Oestrus ovis are the major responsible for this situation [2].
Thomas (20) ha senalado que las especies que con mayor frecuencia causan miasis en las ganaderias de los tropicos del continente americano, siendo un problema costoso y comun, son el GBG, Cochliomyia hominivorax, y el torsalo o nuche, Dermatobia hominis (Linnaeus Jr.).
Other than biting and acting as vectors of disease, flies may affect humans by causing myiasis, infestation of the skin or a body orifice with fly larvae of Diptera species, which include the human botfly (Dermatobia hominis).
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Dermatobia hominis (der-ma-TOH-byuh HO-mih-nis)
There are 3 clinical manifestations of myiasis: localized furuncular myiasis typically caused by Dermatobia hominis, Cordylobia anthropophaga, Wohlfahrtia vigil, and Cuterebra spp.; creeping dermal myiasis caused by Gasterophilus spp.
Controle estrategico do Boophilus microplus com o uso de Doramectin e o efeito sobre a dinamica populacional de Dermatobia hominis e helmintos gastrintestinais.
bezziana, and Oestrus ovis in Africa (1) and Dermatobia hominis (American warble fly) in Central and South America.
Dermatobia hominis, endemic to tropical or subtropical areas, and Oestrus ovis (sheep bot fly) cause most cases of ophthalmomyiasis (2).
Use of ultrasound to aid management of late presentation of Dermatobia hominis larva infestation.
Myiasis has also been reported involving Dermatobia hominis (Diptera: Cuterebridae) [13].