hydatidosis


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hydatidosis

[‚hīd·ə‚ti′dō·səs]
(medicine)
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Eiectrophoretic and immunological differentiation of Indian buffalo and sheep hydatidosis.
Epidemiological surveillance of human hydatidosis by means of ultrasonography: its contribution to the evaluation of control programs.
Un caso colombiano autoctono de hidatidosis poliquistica multiple de higado, pericardio, pulmones, pleura y corazon [An autochthonous Colombian case of polycystic hydatidosis of the liver, pericard, lungs, pleura and the heart].
Echotomographic and serological population-based study of hydatidosis in central Tunisia.
Hydatidosis is a common parasitic disease in North Africa, especially in Tunisia where it is endemic.
Prevalence of hydatidosis was calculated as the number of sheep found infected with hydatid cysts expressed as the percentage of the total number of slaughtered.
Worse, it can cause alveolar hydatid disease or multilocular hydatidosis, a truly scary disease, which results in hundreds of tumor-like cysts in the lungs.
Serological screening for hydatidosis in households of surgical cases in central Tunisia.
Two patients had a history of breast carcinoma, and one had lung hydatidosis.
Human hydatidosis is one of the most prevalent zoonoses in this part of Greece (17,18).
Otherwise rupture into the peritoneum could be silent, which is unusual, and diagnosis can be made several years later with a disseminated peritoneal hydatidosis (7,8).