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Studies on the Lungfluke, Paragonimus iloksuenensis III. Migration, development and egg-production in albino rats
이락촌폐흡충(Paragonimus iloksuenensis )에 관한 연구

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Authors
Seo, Byong seol; Lee, Won Jae
Issue Date
1973-05
Publisher
서울대학교 의과대학
Citation
Seoul J Med 1973;14(2):131-141
Abstract
Since Chen (1940) gave the first detailed
description on the morphological and developmental
studies of Paragoηimus iloktsuenensis,
additional recognitions to the life cycle,
migration and development in the final hosts
and susceptibility of the various hosts have
also been well established by many investigators
in Japan and Taiwan (Miyazaki,
1944; Tomimura et aI. , 1958; Yoshida, 1959;
Tomimura et aI. , 1960; Chiu, 1962).
In the previous papers (Seo et Koo, 1971;
Seo et Kwak, 1972), senior author reported
adult worms in house rats, naturally infected
and also their observation on the development
of this lungfluke in experimentally infected
mice and suggested that mouse was less susceptible
for obtaining the full maturity of the
fluke and no cystic formation in the lungs
was recognized. However, there seemed to be
little informations in details on the hostparasite
relationships of the fluke in the
albino rats. In view of the feasibility of albino
rats as the most optimum laboratory hosts
for the experimental paragonimiasis, the
authors have attempted to know the hostparasite
relationships in rats, particularly the
development and egg-laying capacity of the
worm according to the course of infection.
The present study summarized observations
on the route of migration, development and
the egg passage pattern of the worms in
experimentally infected albino rats in various
stages of infection.
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/9183
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College of Medicine/School of Medicine (의과대학/대학원)Dept. of Medicine (의학과)The Seoul Journal of MedicineThe Seoul Journal of Medicine Vol. 14 No.2 (1973)
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