Update on the human broad tapeworm (genus diphyllobothrium), including clinical relevance.

@article{Scholz2009UpdateOT,
  title={Update on the human broad tapeworm (genus diphyllobothrium), including clinical relevance.},
  author={Tom{\'a}{\vs} Scholz and H{\'e}ctor Hugo Garc{\'i}a and Roman Kuchta and Barbara Wicht},
  journal={Clinical microbiology reviews},
  year={2009},
  volume={22 1},
  pages={146-60, Table of Contents}
}
SUMMARY Tapeworms (Cestoda) continue to be an important cause of morbidity in humans worldwide. Diphyllobothriosis, a human disease caused by tapeworms of the genus Diphyllobothrium, is the most important fish-borne zoonosis caused by a cestode parasite. Up to 20 million humans are estimated to be infected worldwide. Besides humans, definitive hosts of Diphyllobothrium include piscivorous birds and mammals, which represent a significant zoonotic reservoir. The second intermediate hosts include… CONTINUE READING

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