Mammomonogamus laryngeus

Mammomonogamus laryngeus

nematode found in upper respiratory tract of some mammals; approximately 100 human cases, most from Caribbean islands; worm is red to reddish brown; copulating male and female present a Y shape; life cycle not known.
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Mam·mo·mon·o·ga·mus la·ryn·ge·us

(mam'ō-mon-og'ă-mus la-rin'jē-ŭs)
Nematode found in the upper respiratory tract of some mammals; approximately 100 human cases have been reported, most from Caribbean islands; worm is red to reddish-brown; copulating male and female present in a Y shape; life cycle of pathogen not known.
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Mammomonogamus laryngeus

A species normally parasitic in ruminants but sometimes infesting humans.
See also: Mammomonogamus
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Case report of and description of parasite in Mammomonogamus laryngeus (human syngamosis).
Mammomonogamus laryngeus (Railliet, 1899) Ryzhikov, 1948 Larynx, Bos taurus (M), NA (Cordero et al.
(N) Dictyocaulus viviparus (N) Echinococcus granulosus (C) Fasciola hepatica (D) Gaigeria pachyscelis (N) Haemonchus contortus (N) Mammomonogamus laryngeus (N) Mecistocirrus digitatus (N) Mecistocirrus sp.