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Information from Wikipedia on this class of parasitic flatworms known as tapeworms, their classification and morphology. ... Tapeworm is also an older name for ...
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Tapeworm infection is the infection of the digestive tract by adult parasitic flatworms called cestodes or tapeworms. Live tapeworm larvae are sometimes ingested by consuming undercooked food. Once inside the digestive tract, a larva can grow into a very large adult...
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Learn about Dipylidium caninum infection and its public health significance. ... What is the most common kind of tapeworm dogs and cats get? ...
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Tapeworms are intestinal parasites of ... The tapeworm uses its hook-like mouthparts for anchoring to the wall of the ... intermediate host for the tapeworm. ...
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The most common tapeworm of dogs (and cats) is called Dipylidium caninum. ... A less commonly found tapeworm, called Echinococcus, also occurs in dogs. ...
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Tapeworm infestation, being tied to the human diet, are preventable diseases, ... In a tapeworm infection, adult worms absorb food predigested by the host, so the ...
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Tapeworm infections pose a serious public health problem in many less developed ... Tapeworm infections tend to occur more frequently in areas of the world where ...
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Tapeworm, common name for intestinal parasite of vertebrate animals Parasite. ... Tapeworm (band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ...
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tapeworm ( ) n. Any of various ribbonlike, often very long flatworms of the class Cestoda, that lack an alimentary canal and are parasitic in the
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Tapeworm infection — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, treatments and pictures. ... Most people infected with tapeworm are unaware they're carrying them. ...
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Tapeworm - name for the parasitic flatworms forming the class Cestoda. ... An adult tapeworm consists of a knoblike head, or scolex, equipped with hooks ...
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Features cause, risk factors, symptoms, tests, treatment, ... Tapeworm infection is acquired by eating raw or undercooked meat of infected animals. ...
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Tapeworm and Ascaris Parasite cleanse, make sure you are free of these invaders ... The life cycle of the Tapeworm Echinococcus granulosus includes dogs (and other ...
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Tapeworm infection of the intestine occurs when people eat raw, contaminated ... For the pork tapeworm only, people who ingest the eggs can become an ...
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The tapeworm also has six rows of teeth with which to grab on to the intestinal wall. ... ( The tapeworm's body is basically a head segment to hold on with, a ...
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