scolices


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scolices

, scoleces (skō′lĭ-sēz″)
Plurals of scolex.
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(vi) Completely remove of the cyst including the innermost germinative layer, which can produce scolices, with en-bloc excision whenever possible; sometimes, to avoid recurrence, it is necessary to resect the affected surrounding tissues completely.
The life cycle is completed when the rodent is eaten by a canid (dog, fox or wolf ) and the scolices mature into adult tapeworms, which live in the intestine and lay eggs.
In addition, the histomorphological examination of liver sections showed a fresh haemorrhage in areas near the cystic wall and scolices in the hepatic lumina (Figure 2), and the histomorphological examination of pulmonary sections showed scolices observed in pulmonary vessel lumina, thus a non-thrombosis hydatid embolism was diagnosed (Figure 3).
Some scolices showed flame cells and were without hooklets.
Could thymol have effectiveness on scolices and germinal layer of hydatid cysts?
The number of scolices increases within the daughter cysts, causing the cyst to enlarge.
Potato peels, carrot scolices, parsley crosses afloat in tin bowls.
Kale, "In vitro effectiveness of different chemical agents on scolices of hydatid cyst," Journal of Investigative Surgery, vol.
Most cysts contain clear fluid, usually associated with small daughter cysts and a granular deposit of scolices [10].
Germinal layer, scolices and hooklets were variably present (Table 1) (Fig.
The cyst of E.Granulosus is always unilocular having scolices.6,7 Sterile multilocular cysts or alveolar Hydatid disease is caused by E.Multilocularis.6-9 Multilocular cysts are also produced by species like E.Vogeli and E.Oligarthus but unlike E.Multilocularis they have scolices and cause multicystic lesions.10