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Pork tapeworm

pork tapeworm

Known formally as taenia solium, contracted from undercooked or measly pork (pork infected with the larval forms of the tapeworm). Can grow to be 3-6 feet (0.9-1.8 m) long in the human intestine. Also known as the armed tapeworm and the measly tapeworm.


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Phylum Platyhelminthes

1. What is the prevalence (rate-) of beef, pork, fish and dwarf tapeworm in humans? They have a 1% rate of beef tapeworm in the USA.

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Sat Feb 06, 2010 10:32 pm
 
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... Morg disease Highest cases of :HIV Neurocysticercosis> this is the pork tapeworm (hey, get this: I do not eat pork!) In the US: NCC is mainly a disease of immigrants ...

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by February Beetle
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