cestodiasis

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ces·to·di·a·sis

(ses'tō-dī'ă-sis),
Disease caused by infection with a cestode.

Cestodiasis

Parasitic infection caused by the presence of adult tapeworms of the class Cestoda within the intestinal tract. Infection is caused by accidental consumption of tapeworm larvae.
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A case of cestode infection caused by Diplogonoporus balaenopterae most likely due to the consumption of raw whitebait [in Japanese].
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A presumptive diagnosis of migratory helminthic infection was made (gnathostomiasis or larval cestode infection), and he was treated with ivermectin, 200 [micro]g/kg as a single dose, and albendazole, 400 mg 2x/d for 21 days.
Cestode infection intensity was highest at stations 6, 8, and 9.
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