scolices


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scolices

, scoleces (skō′lĭ-sēz″)
Plurals of scolex.
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All scolices were fixed with alcohol-formalin-acetic acid and stained with acetocarmine for morphologic comparative examination.
DNA samples from 2 scolices expelled from patient 7 stained with acetocarmine were prepared by using DEXPAT and 0.
Rarely, spillage of scolices due to spontaneous, traumatic or accidental rupture during surgery of a single cyst may cause secondary multiple cyst formation.
5% silver nitrate, hydrogen peroxide, 1% aqueous iodine, and hypertonic solutions have been used to destroy scolices.
In patients originating from endemic areas such as South America, Africa, and Asia, a careful search for the characteristic larval forms and scolices should be made.
Primary intradural extramedullary hydatid cysts are very rare and most often solitary, (13,25) secondary involvement of the intradural space may result from a ruptured IC cyst and subarachnoid spread of scolices or from a dural tear during operation or lumbar puncture.
Histopathologic examination of the cyst revealed the characteristic germinal membrane of an Echinococcus granulosus (dog tapeworm) cyst, with multiple polypoid daughter embryos containing inverted scolices with hooklets (Figure 2).