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stout-bodied hairy dipterous fly whose larvae are parasites on humans and other mammals

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Human botfly (Dermatobia hominis) larva in a child's scalp mimicking osteomyelitis.
Treating infestations of the human botfly, Dermatobia hominis.
"The human botfly (Dermatobia hominis) is a parasite native to Central and South America which needs a human or animal host to complete its life cycle.
Parasitic encephalomyelitis in goats due to aberrant infestation with botfly Oestrous ovis larvae.
Clinicians in North America may confuse botfly infestations with infected sebaceous cysts, staphylococcal infections, cellulitis, or even cutaneous leismaniasis.
ovis, also called sheep nasal botfly, is a fly of the class Insecta, order Diptera and family Oestridae.
INTRODUCTION: Ocular myiasis is caused by larvae of a fly such as sheep nasal botfly [1] as was in our case.
Conjunctival ophthalmomyiasis caused by the sheep nasal botfly (Oestrus ovis).
The effect of botfly parasitism of Metacuterebra apicalis (Diptera) on reproduction, survival and general health of Oryzomys russatus (Rodentia), in Southeastern Brazil.
Important species of Gasterophilus (G.) botfly include: G.
Biology of a California rodent botfly Cuterebra latifrons coquillett (Diptera: cuterebridae).
inside my shoulder that was called a botfly. It took about 80 days Additional notes: Awareness that for it to come out.
Cuterebra (rodent or rabbit botfly) only infrequently causes human myiasis.