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  • noun type genus of the family Schistosomatidae: blood flukes

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Examples

  • Management of excrement is important to control the disease as it is caused by worms, called schistosoma, that are shed in stools and end up in irrigation drains, rivers and ponds.

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  • Similarly, many types of viruses and macro-organisms such as schistosoma larvae can be killed.

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  • Fifty years ago, it is estimated that 644 million people were infected with the roundworm (Ascaris), 457 million with the hookworm (Ancylostoma) and 200 million people with schistosoma.51

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  • Most died prematurely from parasitic diseases, especially from tuberculosis and forms of helminthiasis worms in the gastrointestinal tract, like schistosoma, trichinae, and pork tapeworm.3 There were two major threats to the health of the people.

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  • Third, scaleless aquatic animals such as snails are often host to all sorts of pathogenic worms like the schistosoma, which causes bilharzias.

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  • The eggs of the hookworm Ancylostoma and of schistosoma develop to larvae in the soil and in surface water respectively, after which the larvae penetrate the skin of their victims and enter the blood circulation.

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  • Fifty years ago, it is estimated that 644 million people were infected with the roundworm (Ascaris), 457 million with the hookworm (Ancylostoma) and 200 million people with schistosoma.51

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  • Third, scaleless aquatic animals such as snails are often host to all sorts of pathogenic worms like the schistosoma, which causes bilharzias.

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  • The eggs of the hookworm Ancylostoma and of schistosoma develop to larvae in the soil and in surface water respectively, after which the larvae penetrate the skin of their victims and enter the blood circulation.

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  • In a single sentence, the Book of Books indicates the way to avoid deadly epidemics such as typhoid, cholera, and dysentery, and also how to prevent all sorts of infestations by worms such as the pork tapeworm, the roundworm, the hookworm, and schistosoma bilharzias.

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