echinostoma ilocanum infection. 199810216652
potentially zoonotic helminthiases of murid rodents from the indo-chinese peninsula: impact of habitat and the risk of human this study, we report the potential rodent-borne zoonotic helminths in wild-caught murid rodents from four categorized habitats-forest, nonflooded land, irrigated land, and human settlement in seven localities of thailand, cambodia, and lao pdr. out of 2478 rodent samples, 735 (29.7%) were infected by at least one of the following zoonotic helminth species: echinostoma malayanum, echinostoma ilocanum, plagiorchis muris, raillietina spp., hymenolepis diminuta, hymenolepis nana, cyclodontostomu ...201525629783
a survey of helminth infection in rats (rattus spp) from chiang mai investigation of helminths in the norway (brown) rat, rattus norvegicus, and roof rat, rattus rattus, from chiang mai moat during may to august 1995, was done. thirty-three out of thirty-eight trapped rats were infected (86.84%); 16 r. norvegicus (100%) and 17/22 r. rattus (77.27%). the rat was infected with 10 helminth species: 4 trematodes, centrocestus sp (2.63%), echinostoma ilocanum (10.52%), echinostoma malayanum (10.52%) and quinqueseralis quinqueseralis (39.47%); 2 cestodes, raillieti ...19979656373
studies on echinostoma ilocanum in the philippines.echinostoma ilocanum is widespread among the philippine islands but only 3% of over 30,000 stools were found to be positive for eggs. the prevalence rates were highest in ilocana populations of northern luzon; 11% of over 7,000 stools examined, however, rates as high as 44% were found. pila luzonica is eaten uncooked by some people and metacercariae from these snails developed into adults in a number of laboratory animals. rats, mice and hamsters were the most susceptible with patent infections ...19863090713
echinostoma ilocanum infection in oddar meanchey province, cambodia.fecal examinations using the kato katz technique were performed on a total of 1,287 villagers (945 students and 342 general inhabitants) of oddar meanchey province, cambodia in may 2007 and november 2009. the overall intestinal helminth egg positive rate was 23.9%, and the most prevalent helminth species was hookworms (21.6%). other helminth eggs detected included echinostomes (1.0%), enterobius vermicularis (0.8%), small trematode eggs (0.7%), which may include opisthorchis viverrini and haplor ...201121738278
the finding of echinostoma (trematoda: digenea) and hookworm eggs in coprolites collected from a brazilian mummified body dated 600-1,200 years before present.the identification of parasites from ancient cultures expands our list of parasites infective to extant humans. a partially mummified human body from the archeological site of lapa do boquete, minas gerais state, brazil, was recently discovered. it was interred between 600 and 1,200 yr ago. dietary analysis showed that the mummified body was from a society that had a mixed subsistence of agriculture and gathering of wild foods. coprolites from the body contained numerous helminth eggs. the eggs ...200517089781
echinostoma ilocanum (garrison, 1908) odhner, 1911, infection in man in thailand. 19827147008
the life-history of echinostoma ilocanum. 19654221419
intestinal fluke infections in southeast asia.twenty-three species of intestinal flukes reported in man in southeast asia are assigned to seven families: echinostomatidae, fasciolidae, heterophyidae, lecithodriidae, microphallidae, paramphistomatidae and plagiorchiidae. the majority of species belongs to the heterophyidae and echinostomatidae families. common species are fasciolopsis buski, echinostoma ilocanum, e. malayanum, e. revolutum and haplorchis yokogawai. the countries where large number of species were reported are thailand (14 sp ...19911822877
[role of gastropods in epidemiology of human parasitic diseases].pulmonate and prosobranch snails, being necessary hosts for parthenogenetic generations of digenetic trematodes, participate in transmission of all trematodoses important from medical point of view. role of particular gastropods in epidemiology of these diseases is discussed in details. invasion of land snails and slugs is mainly passive by eggs containing developed miracidia, while enter of these larvae into snails inhabiting fresh-water environments is usually active. generations in the snail ...200116888946
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