Fasciolopsis


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I postulate that right upper quadrant pain or epigastric swelling with normal or abnormal liver function tests should raise suspicion of Fasciolopsis infestation.
Novel anti-parasitic compounds including 5-, 6-, and 7-member N heterocyclic rings (96, 97, and 98, respectively) were synthesised and used to kill parasites including blood flukes, cestodes, cysticercus, Clonorchis sinensis, lung flukes, and Fasciolopsis buski in humans or animals (Yang et al.
Petals, leaves, and rhizome can also all be eaten raw, but there is a risk of parasite transmission (e.g., Fasciolopsis buski).
Among emerging water-borne parasitic infections that may be acquired by food include infections of Cyclospora spp., Giardia spp., Cryptosporidium, Fasciola, Fasciolopsis, Echinococcus (E.) granulosus, and E.
A high rate of infection (36.2%) of fasciolopsiasis (caused by the worm Fasciolopsis buski) was observed in a study conducted in children in rural Bangladesh (Rahman, K.M., 1981).
Other flukes in the Trematoda class include Schistosoms, Fasciolopsis, and Clonorchis.