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larvate

 [lahr´vāt]
masked; concealed: said of a disease or of a symptom of a disease.
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lar·vate

(lar'vāt),
Masked or concealed; applied to a disease with undeveloped, absent, or atypical symptoms.
Synonym(s): larvaceous, larval (2)
[L. larva, mask]
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lar·vate

(lahr'vāt)
Masked or concealed; applied to a disease with undeveloped, absent, or atypical symptoms.
Synonym(s): larval (2) .
[L. larva, mask]
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procyonis is transmitted by ingestion of larvated eggs; thus, proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE), adherence to cleaning and disinfection protocols, and proper hand hygiene should minimize the risk associated with exposure to feces.
Abundant, 30-60-[micro]m-diameter, larvated, thick-walled ova were found in the bronchi and parabronchi, within the mesentery, and in the serosa of multiple coelomic organs.
As the reaching patency, and the prevalence of patent infection among mature, unwormed dogs may fall below 20 percent (Bridger and Whitney 2009; Glickman and Schantz, 1981) when human beings who can be paratenic host, become infected by larvated eggs, they may develop a number of disease symptoms such as ocular larva migrans, visceral larva migrans or covert toxocariasis.
Infective (larvated) BP eggs (Figure 2) were found in both samples, with one being heavily contaminated.