trypanosomid

trypanosomid

 [tri-pan″o-so´mid]
a skin eruption occurring in trypanosomiasis.

try·pan·o·so·mid

(tri-pan'ō-sō-mid),
A skin lesion resulting from immunologic changes from trypanosome disease.
[trypanosome + G. -id (1)]

try·pan·o·so·mid

(trī-pan'ō-sō'mid)
A skin lesion caused by immunologic changes from trypanosome disease in blood and lymph of vertebrates and in vertebrates.
[trypanosome + G. -id (1)]
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Oryzomyines serve as primary or secondary hosts to a wide range of disease-carrying organisms, including hantavirus, arenavirus, digeneans (Schistosoma), and trypanosomids (Mello, 1979; Rodrigues and Ferraz Filho, 1984; Picot, 1992; Bharadwaj et al., 1997; Fulhorst et al., 1997; Ribeiro et al., 1998; Calderon et al., 1999; Powers et al., 1999; D'Andrea et al., 2000).