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fi·la·ri·al

(fi-lā'rē-ăl),
Pertaining to a filaria (or filariae), including the microfilaria stage.

fi·la·ri·al

(fi-lar'ē-ăl)
Pertaining to a filaria (or filariae), including the microfilaria stage.

Filarial

Threadlike. The word "filament" is formed from the same root word.
Mentioned in: Elephantiasis

filarial

pertaining to or emanating from filariae.

filarial dermatitis
see cutaneous stephanofilarosis.
filarial dermatosis
filarial uveitis
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Filarial granuloma of the testicular tunic mimicking a testicular neoplasm: a case report.
All filarial species share similar life cycles and rely on arthropod vectors to transmit infective third stage larvae during blood-feeding.
Larvicidal, ovicidal and repellent activities of the leaf extract of two cucurbitacious plants against filarial vector Culex quinquefasciatus (Say) (Diptera: Culicidae).
Large-scale programmes for the treatment and control of filarial diseases, such as river blindness, have been in place for over twenty years, based on administering drugs to entire populations.
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2007); el G, que infecta a un grupo de aranas australianas y a un nematode no filarial (Rowley et al.
Lymphatic filariasis (LF), also known as elephantiasis, results from mosquito-borne infection with filarial worm parasites, predominantly Wuchereria bancrofti, and can lead to severe disfigurement from lymphedema and hydrocele.
Secondary lymphoedema is due to the obstruction of the lymphatic system caused by trauma, surgical intervention, invasive tumours, radiotherapy or filarial infestation (parasitic worms that affect the human connective and lymphatic tissue) (Menz.
The company stated that the neglected diseases are two filarial worm diseases (onchocerciasis, or river blindness, and lymphatic filariasis, commonly known as elephantiasis) and tuberculosis (TB).
A macrofilaricidal agent capable of eliminating adult filarial parasites is urgently needed.