trichostrongyliasis

trichostrongyliasis

 [trik″o-stron″jĭ-li´ah-sis]
infection by species of Trichostrongylus; it may be asymptomatic or consist of diarrhea.

trichostrongyliasis

/tricho·stron·gy·li·a·sis/ (trik″o-stron″jĭ-li´ah-sis) infection with Trichostrongylus.

trichostrongyliasis

[trik′ōstron′jəlī′əsis]
Etymology: Gk, thrix + strongylos, round, osis, condition
infestation with Trichostrongylus, a genus of nematode worm. Also called trichostrongylosis. See also nematode.

trichostrongyliasis, trichostrongylosis

the disease caused by the infestation of the intestine and abomasum of ruminants by Trichostrongylus spp. Manifested by poor growth, wasting and persistent diarrhea. T. axei infestation is also seen in horses.
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Trichostrongyliasis and fascioliasis share many epidemiologic and clinical characteristics.
This familial infection cluster highlights the need to consider trichostrongyliasis in patients with suspected fascioliasis in acute or chronic phases without eggs in stools.