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cercarial

pertaining to or emanating from cercariae.

cercarial dermatitis
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However, this association should be interpreted cautiously due to small sample size and the potentially sporadic nature of cercarial exposure among young raccoons.
The high density of snails result in an increase in the cercarial population in the habitat and consequently the metacercarial population in the dragon-flies which transmit the infection to frogs.
Digenean trematodes infecting the tropical abalone Haliotis asinina have species-specific cercarial emergence patterns that follow daily or semilunar spawning cycles.
Additionally, paired sets of papillae appear on the surface of the cercarial tegument, distal to the oral sucker (FIG 9).
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: mechanical intervention on the shores of Lake Annecy in the context of the fight against cercarial dermatitis - year 2013
The samples were washed, and all live snails were brought to a field laboratory, where they were examined for cercarial infection according to procedures described by Dung et al.
Gymnophallus mother sporocysts harbor large numbers of different developmental stages, from germ balls to cercariae, assuring continuous and asynchronous cercarial production and enabling constant release of infective stages and reinfection.
The cercarial concentration is assumed to be directly proportional to the density of infected snails adjusted by [C.
We document an outbreak of human cercarial dermatitis in San Francisco Bay that was related to the recent introduction of an exotic snail, the Japanese bubble snail Haminoea japonica Pilsbury 1895 (Cephalaspidea: Haminoeidae), which serves as the intermediate host of a schistosome that is responsible for the now annual dermatitis outbreaks.
Infection References Dermatologic (76-93) Vibrio cholerae non-01 Other vibrionaceae Mycobacterium marinum Erysipelothrix rhusopathiae Cercarial dermatitis Sea lice Algal dermatitis Gastrointestinal (32,58,76,88-90,94,95) Vibrio cholerae Other vibrionaceae Salmonella typhi Entamoeba histolytica Giardia lamblia Respiratory (88,89,96) Other vibrionaceae Francisella philomiragia Sepsis (32,77,79,88-90,97,98) Other vibrionaceae Francisella philomiragia Erysipelothrix rhusopathiae
One patient described a pruritic papular rash that appeared hours after exposure and resolved within a few days (suspected cercarial dermatitis).
Cercarial dermatitis (swimmer's itch) is a pruritic eruption resulting from cercarial penetration of skin or mucous membranes, common to all infecting schistosomes.