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schis·to·so·mal

(skis'tō-sō'măl),
Relating to or caused by members of the genus Schistosoma.
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1However, cerebral schistosomiasis (CS) is an uncommon form of schistosomal infection; most cases result from S.
Guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of schistosomal myeloradiculopathy.
The direct loss of erythrocytes may arise from the extrusion of schistosomal ova or because of the consumption of blood by schistosomes [24,22].
Histopathological studied proved the parasitological results, where the schistosomal liver showed multiple granulomatous lesions and focal areas of necrosis.
CB1400, a former schistosomal drug, is currently in phase II clinical development as an anti-mucositis preventative agent in patients receiving radio- and/or chemotherapy treatment.
Relationship between hepatitis C virus infection and schistosomal liver disease: not simply an additive effect.
schistosomal parasitic bodies on light microscopy, in a sample that was originally diagnosed as displaying HPV infection (case 13).
5cm with faeces in the lumen, and microscopic findings of active inflammation in transmural sections, and schistosomal colonisation of the mucosal and serosal surfaces.
To determine whether human herpesvirus 8 (HHV-8) is associated with schistosomal and hepatitis C virus infections in Egypt, we surveyed 965 rural household participants who had been tested for HHV-8 and schistosomal infection (seroprevalence 14.
In 1932, Hoeppli noticed similar raylike eosinophilic structures around schistosomal ova in rabbit tissue.
The host immune response to trapped eggs drives the pathological process of schistosomiasis, the hallmark feature being the schistosomal granuloma.