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Intestinal worm
Intestinal In*tes"ti*nal, a. [Cf. F. intestinal.] Of or pertaining to the intestines of an animal; as, the intestinal tube; intestinal digestion; intestinal ferments. Intestinal canal. Same as Intestine, n. Intestinal worm (Zo["o]l.), any species of helminth living in the intestinal canal of any animal. The species are numerous.

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- modern drugs do not poison intestinal worms directly. Rather, anthelmintic drugs now inhibit an enzyme that is necessary for the worm to make the substance...
- is a genus of parasitic nematode worms known as the "small intestinal roundworms", which is a type of parasitic worm. One species, Ascaris lumbricoides...
- neurocysticercosis. In extreme cases of intestinal infestation, the m**** and volume of the worms may cause the outer layers of the intestinal wall, such as the muscular...
- Parasitic worms, also known as helminths, are large macroparasites; adults can generally be seen with the naked eye. Many are intestinal worms that are...
- temperate zones, and is one of the most common cestodes (a type of intestinal worm or helminth) infecting humans, especially children. As its name implies...
- pulmonary infiltrates with radiographic shadowing. The worms can occasionally cause intestinal blockage when large numbers get tangled into a bolus or...
- Parasitic worm, known for flukes and intestinal worms, may refer to: Acanthocephala, or the spiny-headed worms all of which are parasitic. Helminth collectively...
- visible worm(s) on close inspection. In the case of bad infections symptoms commonly include bloody sputum, cough, fever, abdominal discomfort, intestinal ulcer(s)...
- that have low levels of sanitation, such as ascariasis (a type of intestinal worm infection or helminthiasis), cholera, hepatitis, polio, schistosomiasis...
- A. Baylis, who studied them in the 1920s–30s, and Gr**** askaris (intestinal worm). Baylisascaris larvae in paratenic hosts can migrate, causing visceral...