Platynosomum

(redirected from Platynosomum fastosum)

Platynosomum

a genus of digenetic trematodes in the family Dicrocoeliidae.

Platynosomum ariestis
a nonpathogenic fluke found in the intestine of sheep.
Platynosomum fastosum
occurs in the liver and bile ducts of cats; causes a mild disease characterized by vomiting, diarrhea and jaundice. Cats become infested by eating infected lizards. Called also lizard poisoning.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Moreover, inflammation of the biliary epithelium as a result of parasitic infections, mostly by flukes--such as Clonorchis sinensis and Platynosomum fastosum --has been associated with biliary carcinoma and cholangiocarcinoma in dogs and cats, respectively (ANDRADE et al.
En animales menores, los parasitos de la vesicula biliar o conductos biliares rara vez son identificados, pero se reporta que el trematodo Platynosomum fastosum se localiza permanentemente en el conducto biliar en forma asintomatica o causando fibrosis u obstruccion (Ettinger y Feldman, 2002).
La Platinosomiasis producida por Platynosomum concinum fue descrita por primera vez a principios de siglo en gatos domesticos y su agente etiologico se ha conocido como Dicrocoelium concinum, Platynosomum planicipitis y Platynosomum fastosum antes de recibir su nombre actual.
The ineffectiveness of Rafoxanide (3,5-diiodo 3' chlor 4'-(PChlorophenoxi) salicylanilide) against Platynosomum fastosum, The liver fluke of domestic cats.
Platynosomum fastosum, (Kossack,1910) (Trematoda: Dicrocoeliidae) in South Florida.
Helminth and arthropod parasites of Sandy Fox Vulpes ruppeli (Fissipeda:Carnivora) from Sohag with description of Platynosomum fastosum (Digenea:Dicrocoeliidae).
The occurrence of Platynosomum fastosum in domestic cat in the Bahamas.
The Liver fluke Platynosomum fastosum in domestic cats.
Colangiocellular carcinoma with biliary parasitism by Platynosomum fastosum.