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Synonyms for Schistosoma

type genus of the family Schistosomatidae: blood flukes

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Schistosoma mansoni is found in parts of South America and the Caribbean, Africa, and the Middle East; S haematobium in Africa and the Middle East; and S japonicum in the Far East.
13) Approximately 59% of SCC in this study were associated with chronic infection by schistosoma hematobium.
Key Words: Schistosoma haematobium, schistosomiasis, schistosome, parasitic disease, trematode infections, Bilharziases, Katyama fever.
Following this hunch, and using what they knew about planarian neoblasts, post-doctoral fellow Jim Collins, Newmark, and their colleagues hunted for similar cells in Schistosoma mansoni, the most widespread species of human-infecting schistosomes.
The histological exam (H&E 400x) revealed presence of Schistosoma mansoni eggs, surrounded by proliferative granulomata (Fig.
It has also been shown that concurrent Schistosoma mansoni infection exacerbates this underlying HSM (Booth et al.
The earliest clinical manifestation of Schistosoma infection is a micropapular dermatitis that results from the contact with penetrating cercariae.
Extracts of Zingiber officinale (ginger) rhizome showed activity against Schistosoma mansoni miracidia and cercariae [1].
Schistosomiasis, known as bilharzia, a parasitic disease that leads to chronic ill health and is caused by genus Schistosoma.
The papilloma was excised, and histological examination showed an exophytic papillary lesion with numerous viable Schistosoma haematobium ova (Fig 1.
The predominant worms that cause anaemia in children are hook worms and schistosoma species [3].
Yn ei bapur ymchwil, mae'r Athro Karl Hoffmann o Sefydliad Gwyddorau Biolegol, Amgylcheddol a Gwledig y Brifysgol sy'n arwain y prosiect, yn amlinellu sut maen nhw wedi adnabod addasiad DNA penodol o'r llyngyren ledog barasitig Schistosoma mansoni sy'n achosi'r clefyd schistosomiasis.
glabrata is an intermediate snail host of Schistosoma mansoni, population control of these pulmonates is a prominent concern.
2008), y que son utilizados en el tratamiento de infecciones por Schistosoma mansoni (Abadome et al.