paragonimus

A genus of lung flukes of the family troglotrematidae. This genus consists of several species one of which is p. Westermani, a common lung fluke in man. Members of this and other species also occur in other mammals. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Paragonimus

(par″ә-gon┬┤ĭ-mәs) a genus of parasitic flukes that have two invertebrate hosts, the first a snail and the second a crab or crayfish. P. westerma┬┤ni is the lung fluke, seen particularly in Asia, found in cysts in the lungs and sometimes the pleura, liver, abdominal cavity, and elsewhere in humans a...
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Paragonimus

Paragonimus is in the genus of flatworms, or platyhelminths, which includes Paragonimus westermani, an infectious lung fluke endemic to Asia causing a human disease called paragonimiasis. The first intermediate hosts of Paragonnimus includes at least 54 species of freshwater snails from superfamilies Cerithioidea and Rissooidea. World wide, approx
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Paragonimus

Type: Term Pronunciation: par′ă-gon′i-mŭs Definitions: 1. A genus of lung flukes, parasitic in humans and a wide variety of mammals that feed on crustacea carrying the metacercariae.
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