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[a new human case of a parasitic infection caused by bertiella mucronata (meyner, 1895) stiles & hassal, 1902 (cestoda-anoplocephalidae)]. 19675628742
[human infection due to bertiella sp (cestode: anoplocephalidae) in a man originating from yemen in algeria].bertiella is a frequent parasite in animals, particularly in nonhuman primates. the infestation occurs in man by accidental ingestion of the intermediate host, an acarus containing the cysticercoid larva of bertiella studeri or bertiella mucronata. the diagnosis is based on the morphology of the gravid proglottis and eggs with pyriform embryo which is characteristic of the anoplocephalinae. human infection is asymptomatic or can induce minor non specific digestive disturbances and the niclosamid ...200818543702
occurrence of tapeworm bertiella mucronata (cestoda: anoplocephalidae) in the titi monkey callicebus oenanthe from peru: new definitive host and geographical record.the presence of the cestode bertiella mucronata (cestoda: anoplocephalidae) is described from the small intestine of two titi monkeys callicebus oenanthe, from the indañe community in moyobamba, peru. six additional cestodes were studied and identified as b. mucronata. this finding constitutes the first report of the cestode in peru and demonstrates that c. oenanthe is a new definitive host for this parasite.200919414220
first case of human infection by bertiella studeri (blanchard, 1891) stunkard,1940 (cestoda; anoplocephalidae) in brazil.cestodes of the bertiella genus are parasites of non-human primates found in africa, asia, oceania and the americas. species bertiella studeri and bertiella mucronata could, accidentally, infect human beings. the infection occurs from ingestion of mites from the oribatida order containing cysticercoid larvae of the parasite. the objective of this report is to register the first case of human infection by bertiella studeri in brazil. proglottids of the parasite, found in the stool sample of a two ...201526603236
morphology of bertiella studeri (blanchard, 1891) sensu stunkard (1940) (cestoda: anoplocephalidae) of human origin and a proposal of criteria for the specific diagnosis of bertiellosis.human material of an african specimen of bertiella studeri (blanchard, 1891), a typical intestinal cestode of monkeys, is described. mature, postmature and gravid proglottides, and eggs, previously inadequately figured, are illustrated and photographed. the description of the species agrees with that provided by stunkard (1940). a comparative study with other descriptions of the species is made in an attempt to clarify previous findings. the morphological differences reported in various earlier ...200010833012
bertiellosis in man: a review of cases.the presence of bertiella mucronata and bertiella studeri (cestoda: anoplocephalidae) in humans is reviewed, and international infection rates and a bibliography included. taxonomic, biological, epidemiological, pathological, diagnostic, control, prevention and therapeutic aspects of the zoonosis are analyzed, and the increase in zoonotic potentiality of the parasitosis is discussed.19979394527
[experimental growth of bertiella mucronata (cestoda-anoplocephalidae) in man or its intermediate host]. 19854060937
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