Diphyllobothrium latum


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Diphyllobothrium latum

[dī‚fil·ō′bäth·rē·əm ′lād·əm]
(invertebrate zoology)
A large tapeworm that infects humans, dogs, and cats; causes anemia and disorders of the nervous and digestive systems in humans.
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Nevertheless, infection with Diphyllobothrium latum tapeworms was not considered a possible differential diagnosis.
Infective larvae (plerocercoid) of Diphyllobothrium latum, the species most often associated with human infections, reside in the muscles of trout, salmon, pike, and sea bass (Nawa, Hatz, & Blum, 2005).
1999) y por esta via son infectados por Diphyllobothrium latum (Torres et al.
A dog from Yokota Air Base was positive for Diphyllobothrium latum (Linnaeus) in a fecal float.
No Brasil, durante os anos de 2004 e 2005, o primeiro surto de difilobotriase, causada pela especie Diphyllobothrium latum, foi registrado no estado de Sao Paulo em 55 individuos que haviam consumido salmao chileno cru em restaurantes japoneses e que em sua maioria nunca havia saido do pais.
diminuta, Diphyllobothrium latum, and Dipylidium caninum.
Scandinavian fishermen who immigrated to the lake regions of Michigan and Wisconsin in the 1800s brought the fish tapeworm, Diphyllobothrium latum, with them.
Bu vitaminin yetersizligine, genellikle gastrik parietal hucreler tarafindan salgilanan intrensek faktorun eksikligi ya da daha nadir olarak malabsorbsiyon olusturan gastrointestinal hastaliklar (colyak hastaligi, genis gastrik ve ileal rezeksiyonlar, barsak kor luplari vb), diphyllobothrium latum infestasyonu ve nitroz oksit ehirlenmesi gibi durumlar neden olur (7-9).
There may be more than one intermediate host as is the case with Diphyllobothrium latum, the fish tapeworm, which has a freshwater crustacean and a freshwater fish as intermediate hosts.
In humans, this form of anemia can also be caused by infection with the tapeworm Diphyllobothrium latum.
There were 16 reports of Hymenolepis diminuta, 14 od Diphyllobothrium latum, and 11 of Dipylidium caninum.