Gastrodiscoides

Gastrodiscoides

/Gas·tro·dis·coi·des/ (-dis-koi´dēz) a genus of trematodes parasitic in the intestinal tract.

Gastrodiscoides

(găs″trō-dĭs-koy′dēz)
A genus of intestinal flukes endemic to India and Southeast Asia.

Gastrodiscoides hominis

A species commonly infesting hogs but occasionally found in humans.

Gastrodiscoides

a genus of intestinal flukes (digenetic trematodes) in the family Paramphistomatidae.

Gastrodiscoides hominis (syn. Gastrodiscus hominis)
a natural parasite of the colon of the pig but found also in the human cecum.
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Surface morphology of Gastrodiscoides hominis (Lewis and McConnell, 1876) Leiper, 1913 (Trematoda: Dignea) as revealed by scanning electron microscopy.