Calodium

Calodium

(ka-lō'dē-um),
One of three trichurid nematode genera, commonly referred to as Capillaria.

Ca·lo·di·um

(kal-ō'dē-ŭm)
One of three trichurid nematode genera, commonly referred to as Capillaria.
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Calodium hepaticum, outrora denominado Capillaria hepatica, e um nematodeo pertencente a familia Trichuroidae, sendo relatado parasitando o parEnquima hepatico de mais de 40 especies de mamiferos, tais como caes, gatos, suinos, macacos e coelhos, sendo mais comumente encontrado em roedores, especialmente nos ratos (SAWAMURA et al.
Anisakis simplex Anisakiasis; herring Abdominal pain, and Pseudoterranoa worm disease nausea, and vomiting; decipiens may lead to gastric ulceration and intestinal perforation; pruritus and urticartia; may be self-limiting Capillaria hepatica; Hepatic capillariasis Light infections are renamed Calodium asymptomatic; heavy hepatica infections cause acute liver disease (death possible in children).