ancylostomiasis

Infection of humans or animals with hookworms of the genus ancylostoma. Characteristics include anaemia, dyspepsia, eosinophilia, and abdominal swelling. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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ancylostomiasis

(an″sĭ-los″to-mi´ә-sis) hookworm disease caused by species of Ancylostoma.
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ancylostomiasis

ancylostomiasis Hookworm disease caused by Ancylostoma duodenale and characterized by eosinophilia, anemia, emaciation, dyspepsia, and, in children with severe long-continued infections, swelling of the abdomen with mental and physical maldevelopment. Synonyms: ankylostomiasis, intertropical hyphemia, tropical hyphemia, miner's disease, tunnel dise...
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Ancylostomiasis

Ancylostomiasis (ankylostomiasis, anchylostomiasis) popularly known as hookworm disease, is an infestation of the human intestine by blood-sucking hookworms that causes progressive anaemia.
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ancylostomiasis

Type: Term Pronunciation: an′si-lō-stō-mī′ă-sis, an′ki- Definitions: 1. Hookworm disease caused by Ancylostoma duodenale and characterized by eosinophilia, anemia, emaciation, dyspepsia, and, in children with severe chronic infections, swelling of the abdomen with mental and physical maldevelopment. Synonyms: a...
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Ancylostomiasis

Ancylostomiasis (also anchylostomiasis or ankylostomiasis) is the condition of infection by Ancylostoma hookworms. The name is derived from Greek ancylos αγκυλος `crooked, bent` and stoma στομα `mouth.` Ancylostomiasis is also known as miner`s anaemia, tunnel disease, brickmaker`s anaemia and Egyptian chlorosis. Helminthiasis may...
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ancylostomiasis

Hookworm dermatitis.The etiological agents are migrating 3rd stage larvae of Ancylostoma canium or Uncinaria stenocephala.
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