Guinea worm

Dracunculus medinensis noun parasitic roundworm of India and Africa that lives in the abdomen or beneath the skin of humans and other vertebrates
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Guinea worm

Guinea worm: see worm.
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guinea worm

member of the class Nematoda (phylum Aschelminthes). The guinea worm, a common parasite of man in tropical regions of Asia and Africa, has also been ...
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Guinea worm

Parasitic, microscopic nematode worm found in India and Africa, affecting some 650,000 people in Nigeria alone. It enters the body via drinking water and migrates to break out through the skin. (Species Dracunculus medinensis.)
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Guinea worm

[n] - parasitic roundworm of India and Africa that lives beneath the skin of man and other vertebrates
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