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23 Possible Causes for Sarcophaga

  • Myiasis

    […] female who had a biliary tract injury caused by laparoscopic cholecystectomy and who developed a postoperative enterocutaneous fistula and myiasis caused by third-stage Sarcophaga[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] The larvae and live larvae of the fly Sarcophaga sp. rendered adults were determined.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] KEYWORDS: COI; ITS2; Sarcophaga argyrostoma; myiasis; tracheostomy[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Omphalitis

    An overall infection rate of total eggs of dipterous flies deposited by Sarcophaga vilosa on the cords and stumps was 40% in Emekalakala (CI 95%, 37.2-40.4); in Ubima (CI[omicsonline.org] C. anthropophaga and other flies; Lucilia sericata and Sarcophaga vilosa were the main flies that have been reported in the wounds of abandoned elderlies [ 6 ] and also in[omicsonline.org] Notable amongst the dipterous flies that cause myiasis in the Niger Delta include Cordylobia anthropophaga, Lucilia sericata , Sarcophaga vilosa and also Musca domestica which[omicsonline.org]

  • Creeping Myiasis

    Sarcophagidae: (Flesh flies) -Sarcophaga -Wohlfahrtia Oestridae -Dermatobia (human botfly) FM -Gasterophilus (horse botfly) GI -Oestrus (Sheep nostril fly) NP -Hypoderma ([slideshare.net] —Adult recorded Robineau-Desvoidy rows Rumania Sarcophaga sclerite scutellum sheep maggot slits South Dakota spines squamae suture Therevidae third-stage larva thorax tibia[books.google.com] El examen microbiológico de las larvas extraídas identificó en el primer caso la especie Chrysomyia y en los otros dos la especie Sarcophaga.[actasdermo.org]

  • Cat Eye Syndrome

    The protein encoded by CECR1 is similar to previously identified novel growth factors: IDGF from Sarcophaga peregrina (flesh fly) and MDGF from Aplysia californica (sea hare[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Methohexital

    Abstract Larvae of Sarcophaga (Curranea) tibialis (S. tibialis) were reared at constant temperature on chicken liver treated with a steroid or a barbiturate at concentrations[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Hamamelis Virginiana

    Forcipomyia spp. ), non-biting midges ( Cricotopus spp. ), march flies ( Bibio spp. ), scuttle flies (Phoridae), flower flies (Syrphidae), Tachinid flies, flesh flies ( Sarcophaga[illinoiswildflowers.info]

  • Cavitary Myiasis

    Human genital myiasis due to Sarcophaga. Rev Clin Esp 1992 ; 190 : 189 –90. Perez-Eid C , Mouffok N.[sti.bmj.com] First case report of human myiasis with Sarcophaga species in Makkah city in the wound of a diabetic patient. J Nat Sci Biol Med 2013;4:225-8. [Figure 1][sjmms.net] El examen microbiológico de las larvas extraídas identificó en el primer caso la especie Chrysomyia y en los otros dos la especie Sarcophaga.[actasdermo.org]

  • Hypermetabolism

    . & FRAENKEL G. 1972: Rates and cycles of oxygen consumption during pupal diapause in Sarcophaga flesh flies. - J. Insect Physiol. 18: 871-882 Go to original source...[eje.cz] . & FAUSTINI D.L. 1984: Juvenile hormone involvement in pupal diapause of the flesh fly Sarcophaga crassipalpis: Regulation of infradian cycles of O2 consumption. - J.[eje.cz] SLAMA K. & DENLINGER D.L. 1992: Infradian cycles of oxygen consumption in diapausing pupae of the flesh fly, Sarcophaga crassipalpis, monitored by a scanning microrespirographic[eje.cz]

  • Familial Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction

    Large hypodermal cells with giant polytene chromosomes are present within the developing feet of Sarcophaga and other fly pupae.[wwe.geoscience.net]

  • Rat-Bite Fever

    .- Sarcophaga spp..- Sarcoptes scabiei.- Sarkosporidiose.- SARS (Schweres Akutes Respiratorisches Syndrom).- SARS-Coronavirus (SARS-CoV).- Säuglingsbotulismus.- Säuglingsenteritis[amazon.de]

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