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Fasciolopsis

Known as: Fasciolopses 
A genus of parasitic tremadoda flatworms in the family Fasciolidae. It is the causative agent of faciolopsiasis.
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2015
2015
A clinical case of infection caused by Fasciolopsis buski in a 24 weeks pregnant woman from Vietnam affected by systemic lupus… 
2015
2015
This study aimed to improve the understanding of the clinical characteristics of patients with fasciolopsiasis and thus reduce… 
2012
2012
Fasciolopsiasis is a disease caused by Fasciolopsis buski where humans acquire the infection by consumption of raw fresh water… 
2011
2011
for repositioning of the esophageal mucosal has not been previously described in literature. While more radical surgical… 
2002
2002
There is a high prevalence of Fasciolopsis buski in Sawasdee Village in the Nam Som District, Udonthani Province in northeastern… 
1989
1989
: The development of eggs of Fasciolopsis buski requires oxygen and the eggs cannot survive anaerobic conditions. The eggs have… 
Review
1985
Review
1985
  • S. Vinogradov
  • Comparative biochemistry and physiology. B…
  • 1985
  • Corpus ID: 25131821
1985
1985
  • H. Malviya
  • Journal of Helminthology
  • 1985
  • Corpus ID: 40875156
Abstract The susceptibility of various mammals to infection with Fasciolopsis buski has been studied. Mice, rats, monkeys and… 
Review
1970
Review
1970
Abstract Epidemiologic surveys were conducted in selected provinces throughout Thailand to delineate the endemic area of… 
1953
1953
Summary and Conclusions A total of 2,936 persons was examined in Central Thailand for the presence of Fasciolopsis buski. The…