Multiceps

Multiceps

(mŭl'ti-seps),
A genus of taeniid tapeworms in which the larval forms in herbivores occur in the form of a coenurus (multiple scoleces invaginated within a single cyst).
[multi- + L. caput, head]

Multiceps

A dog tapeworm occurring in South and East Africa, the larval stage of which can infect humans causing cysts in the brain in a manner similar to HYDATID DISEASE.
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It is caused by larval stage of Taenia multiceps. The life cycle is commonly happening between dog and small ruminants.
Estas especies son: Taenia solium Linnaeus, 1758, Taenia saginata Goeze, 1782, Taenia hydatigena Pallas, 1766, Taenia multiceps Leske, 1780, Hydatigera taeniaeformis (sin.
Favre [[double dagger], NR] Clitocybe multiceps Peck [[dagger]] Clitocybe nebularis (Batsch) P.
Gid (Taenia multiceps) | The larvae of this worm invade the central nervous system, where they become known as Coenurus cerebralis.
As shown in table 1, 22 dogs were infected with Echinococcus granulosus [27.5%], 28 dogs with Taenia hydatigena [35%], 20 dogs with Taenia multiceps [25%], 38 dogs with Dipylidium spp.
Especie T1 T2 T3 T4 Hepaticas Anastrophyllum auritum X Aneura pinguis X X Calypogeia rhombifolia X Chiloscyphus latifolius X X Cylindrocolea rhizantha X X X Isotachis multiceps X Jensenia wallisii X X Lejeunea inflexiloba X Marchantia berteroana X X X Nardia succulenta X Plagiochila aerea X Plagiochila dependula X Plagiochila sp.
Kilgore (1969) found Taenia multiceps in three subadult swift foxes from the panhandle of Oklahoma, and Criffield et al.
Human cestode infections Stage seen Species In man Common name Disease Taenia saginata Adult Beef tapeworm Rarely symptomatic Taenia solium Adult Pork tapeworm Rarely symptomatic Larva Cysticercosis Brain and tissue cysts Taenia multiceps Larva Bladderworm, Brain and eye cysts coenurosis E.
A cenurose e uma doenca parasitaria cosmopolita e comum em ovinos (SHARMA & CHAUHAN, 2006) causada pela forma larval de Taenia (Multiceps) multiceps, denominada de Coenurus cerebralis (INNES & SAUNDERS, 1962).
multiceps has been reported from the Americas and parts of Europe and Africa; Ta.
Geranium mexicanum Kunth Puccinia Geranium bogotensis Mayor multiceps Turcz.

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