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endoparasite

 [en″do-par´ah-sīt]
a parasite that lives within the body of the host. adj., adj endoparasit´ic.

en·do·par·a·site

(en'dō-par'ă-sīt),
A parasite living within the body of its host.

endoparasite

(ĕn′dō-păr′ə-sīt′)
n.
A parasite, such as a tapeworm, that lives within another organism.

en′do·par·a·sit′ic (-sĭt′ĭk) adj.
en′do·par′a·sit·ism (-sĭ-tĭz′əm) n.

endoparasite

[en′dōper′əsīt]
Etymology: Gk, endon + parasitos, guest
(in medical parasitology) an organism that lives within the internal organs or tissues of the host, such as a tapeworm.

en·do·par·a·site

(en'dō-par'ă-sīt)
A parasite living within the body of its host.

endoparasite

see PARASITE.

endoparasite

a parasite that lives within the body of the host.
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In spite of using broad spectrum as well as narrow spectrum anthelmintics, the endoparasitism is continuously emerging as a serious threat to the livestock population.
Immuno-stimulator was used in present study considering immunological suppression due to endoparasitism or malnutrition in young dogs and endocrine disease, neoplasia and chemotherapy in older dogs are considered predisposing factors for demodicosis (Muller et al.