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larval

 [lahr´val]
1. pertaining to larvae.
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lar·val

(lar'văl),
1. Relating to larvae.
2. Synonym(s): larvate
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

lar·val

(lahr'văl)
1. Relating to larvae.
2. Synonym(s): larvate.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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December 2003, Raccoon roundworm eggs near homes and risk of larval migrans disease, California communities.
The hookworms gained entry into the unsuspecting plumber's back and began happily tunneling under and across his skin, causing a condition called cutaneous larval migrans, or CLM.
Although ocular larval migrans can be successfully treated with medication, the far better option to take is prevention.
In humans the condition they cause is called visceral larval migrans or ocular larval migrans, and symptoms depend upon the mechanical damage to body organs or the eyes by migrating larvae.
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It is also worth remembering that roundworms can cause a disease called visceral larval migrans in humans.
Every year in Britain, four or five children lose the sight of an eye due to a condition called Visceral Larval Migrans.