Mesocestoides

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Mesocestoides

(mez'ō-ses-toy'dēz),
Tapeworm genus found in carnivorous mammals, such as foxes; mites probably intermediate hosts; few human cases identified in Japan, the United States, and China.
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Mesocestoides

A genus of non-human tapeworms, which may rarely afflict humans who eat poorly cooked encysted muscle or blood containing the infective metacestode stage.

Species involved
M variabilis, M lineatus.
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Mesocestoides

A genus of non-human tapeworms that may rarely afflict humans who eat poorly-cooked encysted muscle
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Mes·o·ces·toi·des

(mez'ō-ses-toy'dēz)
Tapeworm genus found in carnivorous mammals (e.g., foxes); mites are probably intermediate hosts; a few human cases have been identified in Japan, the U.S., and China.
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