Diphyllobothrium

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Diphyllobothrium

[dī‚fil·ō′bäth·rē·əm]
(invertebrate zoology)
A genus of tapeworms; including parasites of humans, dogs, and cats. Formerly known as Dibothriocephalus.
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To the Editor: Human diphyllobothriosis associated with the Pacific broad tapeworm Adenocephalus pacificus (syn.
The patient had been given a preliminary clinical diagnosis of diphyllobothriosis and received oral praziquantel (10 mg/kg) on 2 occasions, 12 days apart, without any complications.
Pacific broad tapeworm Adenocephalus pacificus as a causative agent of globally reemerging diphyllobothriosis.
Diphyllobothriosis humana y en peces del lago Rinihue, Chile: efecto de la actividad educativa, distribucion estacional y relacion con sexo, talla y dieta de los peces.
Aufderheide 1990 Diphyllobothriosis in Pre-Columbian Chile and Peru (Abstract).
The first 2 human cases of diphyllobothriosis caused by this species were briefly reported from Callao, Lima, Peru, in 1957 (3).
So far, [approximately equal to] 50 records of diphyllobothriosis caused by A.
To the Editor: Diphyllobothriosis, infection by tapeworms of the genus Diphyllobothrium (Cestada: Di phyllobothriidea) (7), is a well-known disease of humans.
Diphyllobothriosis is not endemic to Spain, but 7 cases of D.
Diphyllobothriosis is a fishborne cestodiasis caused by infection with adult tapeworms belonging to the genus Diphyllobothrium Cobbold, 1858 (1-5); the most frequent etiologic agents are D.
In mainland China, 15 cases of diphyllobothriosis among humans have been reported since the first report in 1927 through 2012; the etiologic species was identified as D.
Visceral diphyllobothriosis in a cultured rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss (Walbaum), in Chile.