Dirofilaria conjunctivae

Di·ro·fi·la·ri·a con·junc·ti·'vae

name assigned to filarial worms removed from tumors and abscesses in various sites in human cases, especially palpebral conjunctivae and other eye tissues, but also subcutaneous tissues from other sites; probably caused by a number of species of animal origin.
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An unusual case of Dirofilaria conjunctivae infection suspected to be malignancy of the spermatic cord.