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filaria

[fə′lar·ē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A parasitic filamentous nematode belonging to the order Filaroidea.
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Filaria parasites are reported in several animal species with different clinical implications, from serious illness to asymptomatic conditions.
La mayoria de sus miembros pueden ser reconocidos con relativa facilidad por presentar el involucro con filarias uniseriadas.
Coverage and compliance to diethylcarbamazine in relation to filaria prevention Assistants in rural Puducherry, India.
The zoonotic potential of the filaria from the genus Brugia is known since Rosenblatt et al.
Kelly-Hope, "Filaria zoogeography in Africa: ecology, competitive exclusion, and public health relevance," Trends in Parasitology, vol.
perstans microfilaria (the larva of filaria) move in the bloodstream while the adult filaria appear to live mainly in the serous body cavities.
Strongyloides serology was negative and Filaria serology was equivocal.
(2002), essa doenca causada por uma filaria, que se desenvolve no sangue do homem e que produz grandes tumores subcutaneos.
Disease spreading vectors like mosquitoes (malaria, dengue fever, filaria, chikungunya, yellow fever and etc), ticks, bugs, sand flies, snails and are also spotlighted by the WHO to make the world free from a wide range of diseases caused by parasites and pathogens.
The second day of the international symposium on Current Trends in Drug Discovery and Research (CTDDR-2016) witnessed sessions on tools for drug discovery, infectious diseases, filaria, bone health and diabetes.
Dentro de los parasitos pulmonares del ganado vacuno se encuentran Dictyocaulus viviparus, Dictyocaulus filaria, Muellerius capillaris y Protostrongylus rufescens, los cuales pertenece a la subfamilia de los Trichoestrongilos (Panuska 2006), los cuales tienen distribucion mundial