internal parasite


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internal parasite

A parasite such as a protozoon or worm that lives within the body of the host, occupying the digestive tract or body cavities, or living within body organs, blood, tissues, or cells.
Synonym: endoparasite
See also: parasite
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They were examined if they are positive of internal parasites through fecal analysis using floatation method.
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In addition, many internal parasites can be effectively controlled without any treatment at all.
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Sadly, I informed him the very sick sheep could either survive or die because it had lost a lot of blood to worms and the worm medicine would take time to kill the internal parasites.
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In a key first step, TroCCAP released new best-practice recommendations for the diagnosis, treatment and control of climate-specific internal parasites in pet dogs at the 26th International Conference of the World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology, which took place in Kuala Lumpur from the 4th - 8th September 2017.