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threadworm

any of various nematodes, esp the pinworm
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These are the minor ailments patients in Wales will be encouraged to have treated by a chemist rather than going to a GP: constipation, indigestion, hayfever, coughs, sore throats, athlete's foot, thrush, head lice, diarrhoea, warts, verrucas and threadworm.
In wild red grouse, Lagopus lagopus scoticus, Wilson (1983) reported that 90% of the birds examined carried the caecal threadworm Trichostrongylus tenuis, with old birds carrying 30 times the burden of the young (no age effects were seen in the present study).
Common intestinal parasites include pinworm, whipworm, roundworm, hookworm, threadworm, and tapeworm.
1996): (1) predator-prey relationships, (2) maternal nutrition, (3) host-parasite (cecal threadworm Trichostrongylus tenuis) relationships, and (4) a later version of Chitty's (1967) genetic hypothesis.
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So please, spare us the advice that our children need zero days off school for hand foot and mouth, conjunctivitis, glandular fever, head lice, threadworm, tonsillitis and slapped cheek.
This is hardly more than the number found in the tiny threadworm used in genetic research, which is only a few millimetres in length with exactly 969 celts.
The equine intestinal threadworm, Strongyloides westeri, is somewhat unique.
We estimated burdens of the cecal threadworm Trichostrongylus tenuis in late April and May from egg counts in cecal droppings from known birds on C and E.
Light to moderate infections of the intestinal threadworm strongyloides often show no signs in the pig, although heavier infestations can result in diarrhea, anemia, emaciation, and death.