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trematodiasis

 
infection with trematodes (flukes); called also distomiasis.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

trematodiasis

(trĕm′ə-tō-dī′ə-sĭs)
n.
Infestation or infection with trematodes, often caused by ingestion of inadequately cooked food.
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trematodiasis

Infection by a TREMATODE fluke parasite.
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The potential involvement of FPs in the immune response of corals was examined in the pink tissue associated with the swollen nodules of Porites compressa trematodiasis infections (Aeby, 2003).
La sarcosporidiosis y trematodiasis son enfermedades parasitarias que afectan diferentes organos y tejidos, tales como musculo cardiaco, esqueletico y preestomagos, pudiendo aparecer en animales debilitados con infecciones cronicas como en la tripanosomiasis y leptospirosis, en casos de Desnutricion global Cronica o como hallazgos incidentales de necropsia, estas enfermedades han sido reportadas a nivel mundial [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16].
To determine the extent of trematodiasis in the collection, individual exhibits within the same building as the original presenting cases were assessed, with birds representing 27 avian species from 9 orders.
Utzinger, "Food-borne trematodiasis: current chemotherapy and advances with artemisinins and synthetic trioxolanes," Trends in Parasitology, vol.
Trematodiasis. Zoonosis y Enfermedades transmisibles comunes al hombre y a los animales.
Foodborne trematodiasis is reemerging and occurring in developed regions (1-3).
CUADRO 1 Trematodiasis registradas en seis especies de peces del Lago de Cuitzeo, Michoacan P.
Fatal Hepatic trematodiasis in cockatoos due to Platynosomum proxilliciens.
Similar to schistosomiasis, malaria, food-borne trematodiasis, lymphatic filariasis, and dengue, one of the main reasons for the proliferation of JE is the ecologic transformation caused by water resources development and management that create suitable breeding sites for vectors and intermediate hosts, which in turn influence the frequency and transmission dynamics of these diseases (39).
For example, these developments enabled the countrywide marketing of aquaculture products and snails produced in the southern provinces, which might also be responsible for the emergence of foodborne trematodiasis (13).