hydatosis

hydatosis

[‚hīd·ə′tō·səs]
(medicine)
Multiple hydatid cysts.
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Direct rupture has the greatest clinical consequences which include anaphylaxis dissemination of hydatid disease (secondary hydatosis) w ithin the host and bacterial infection of the pericyst cavity5.
Hydatid disease, also known as hydatosis or echinococcosis, is most frequently caused by E.
Cortical weakening of the vertebral body due to compression or avascular necrosis in spinal hydatosis may eventually lead to vertebral fractures, with resulting spinal cord or nerve root compression pain (10,11).
Hepatic hydatosis with glomerular involvement: report of a case.
Los hospederos definitivos de Echinococcus granulosus unilocularis y Echinococcus granulosus multilocularis son el perro, el coyote, el lobo y el dingo, y produce hydatosis en ovejas, cerdos, ganado, humanos, ratones, conejos cola de algodon y otros.