Baylisascaris

Baylisascaris is a genus of roundworms that infest more than fifty animal species. == Life cycle == Baylisascaris eggs are passed in faeces and become active within a month. They can remain viable in the environment for years, withstanding heat and cold. According to University of California, Davis, and the Santa Barbara County Public Health Depar...
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Baylisascaris

A genus of ascarid nematodes found in the intestine of mammals. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Baylisascaris

Baylisascaris: Infection by the raccoon roundworm. Baylisascaris procyonis is found commonly in raccoons. When infective eggs of this roundworm are ingested by humans, Baylisascaris larvae hatch in the intestine and travel through the organs and muscles. This is the larva migrans syndrome. Infected raccoons shed millions of eggs in their feces. The...
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Baylisascaris

Type: Term Pronunciation: bā-lis-as′kă-ris Definitions: 1. A genus of ascarid nematodes found in the intestine of mammals.
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