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[cercarial dermatitis in europe: a new public health problem?].cercarial dermatitis is a parasitic impasse that has worldwide distribution. the condition manifests itself as a highly pruriginous skin rash and is due to penetration of the dermis by larval stages (furcocercariae) of avian trematodes. many species may be responsible for this disease. in europe the genus trichobilharzia is widely represented, in particular by the species t. ocellata; the definitive host is the duck (anas platyrhinchos); the intermediate hosts are snails of the genus lymnea (l. ...19968706231
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