Iodamoeba

Iodamoeba

 [i-o″dah-me´bah]
a genus of amebas, including I. buetsch´lii, parasitic in man, and I. su´is, found in pigs.

Iodamoeba

(ī'ō-dă-mē'bă),
A genus of parasitic amebae in the superclass Rhizopoda, order Amoebida.

Iodamoeba

(ī″ō-dă-mē′bă)
A genus of amebae that colonizes the colons of humans and animals such as monkeys and pigs. They are not considered pathogenic.

Iodamoeba bütschlii

The species that may be found in humans. Their cysts may be mistaken for those of pathogenic amebae but have only one nucleus.

Iodamoeba

a genus of amebae in the family Endamoebidae.

Iodamoeba buetschlii
parasitic and may cause intestinal ulceration in humans. Found also in pigs.
Iodamoeba suis
found in pigs.
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Various species Viscera Mass Detterline of freshwater & snails Wilhelm, 1991 Iodamoeba Human Intestine Meleney et buetschlii al.
Various genera of Protozoa (including Entamoeba, Endolimax, Iodamoeba, Balantidium, Giardia and Blastocystis), nematodes (such as Strongyloides, Trichuris, Ascaris, Enterobius, Trichostrongylus and hookworms) and one trematode (a dicrocoeliid) were identified.
37 28,2 Entamoeba histolytica/dispar 14 10,1 Giardia duodenalis 11 8,4 Iodamoeba butschilii 5 3,8 Helmintos Strongyloides stercoral 3 2,3 Ascaris lumbricoides 2 1,5 Ancilostomideos 2 1,5 * Presenca de protozoarios em relacao aos helmintos p = 0,00; ** Presenca de E.