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Avian schistosomes are widespread parasites of snails and waterfowl and may cause cercarial dermatitis (swimmer’s itch) in humans… Expand Parasitological investigations carried out on birds in Iceland and France highlight the presence of four species of avian… Expand Species of Trichobilharzia are the main etiological agents of cercarial dermatitis in humans, which is considered a re-emerging… Expand Abstract Trichobilharzia is a genus of threadlike schistosomes with a cosmopolitan distribution in birds. Species of… Expand Outbreaks of cercarial dermatitis which occurred in recreational lakes in the Netherlands were studied and a method for direct… Expand Dermatitis caused by penetrating bird schistosome cercariae is an emerging global public health problem. Infections may be… Expand Trichobilharzia is the largest genus within the family Schistosomatidae, covering over 40 species of avian parasites. To clarify… Expand Except other functions, surface saccharide residues on trematode larvae are supposed either to be the targets of the intermediate… Expand Ocellate furcocercariae from the lymnaeid snail Radix auricularia have been identified as causative agents of swimmer's itch… Expand We analyzed the effects of infection with Trichobilharzia ocellata on hemocytes of its snail host, Lymnaea stagnalis, and… Expand