Pseudamphistomum

Pseudamphistomum

(sū'dam-fis'tō-mŭm),
A genus of digenetic flukes of the family Opisthorchiidae; Pseudamphistomum truncatum is a species that infects the bile ducts of the dog and cat (rarely of humans) in Europe and India.
[pseud- + G. amphi, two-sided, + stoma, mouth]

Pseudamphistomum

a digenetic trematode, parasitic in the liver, of the family Opisthorchiidae.

Pseudamphistomum truncatum
occurs in carnivores and humans and has a life cycle and pathogenicity similar to those of Opisthorchis spp.