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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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The present findings appear important in view of the observed efficacy against a human lymphatic filarial species.
Filarial chitin Chitin metabolism has also been proposed to be a parasite unique target, as the vertebrate host does not contain chitin.
That the mosquito was the intermediate host of the filarial parasite was a momentous discovery in 1877.
In the present study, Clerodendron inerme plant extracts showed mosquitocidal activity on the three species of mosquito vectors namely malarial vector, Anopheles stephensi, dengue vector Aedes aegypti and filarial vector, Culex quinquefasciatus.
These data can be used as a starting point for further epidemiologic and clinical research activities investigating this neglected filarial infection in pregnant women in Central Africa.
About 10% of the individuals from among the patients attending for treatment during the study period (2010-12) to filarial clinic, Govt.
Transmision of the human filarial parasite Mansonella ozzardi by Culicoides phlebotomus (Williston) (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) in coastal north Trinidad.
Many morphologic characteristics of the filarial worm resembled those of Pelecitus spp.
Observations on filarial infection in Amassoma community in the Niger Delta, Nigeria.
Since the clinical manifestations of filarial diseases develop relatively slowly, some people with lymphatic filariasis can have the disease for many years without even being aware of it.
Filarial granuloma of the testicular tunic mimicking a testicular neoplasm: a case report.