- Each cysticercus consists of a cyst wall and a single scolex invaginated into the lumen .
- At necropsy cattle dead from intercurrent disease, cysticerci infested tissues should be destroyed by incineration or deep burial .
- Influences of th1 th2 cytokines in host with cysticercus cellulosae
- Preliminary study on a proteolytic enzyme from cysticercus cellulosae
- Regional experimental studies on vaccination against cysticercosis using vaccine of cysticercus cellulosae cell line
- The study on inhibitory effect of mienangling on cysticercus cellulosae in vitro and its toxicological roles
- Scanning electron microscope observation of cysticercus cellulosae treated with dazolum drugs in vitro
- The scanning electron microscopic observation on cysticercus cellulosae treated with chinese materia media of compound mienangling and simple prescription in vitro
- Study on the enzyme - organ chemisty of the activities of saccharometabolism enzymes in the development of cysticercus cellulosae and under the drugs against cysticercus cellulosae
- The adults live in the small intestines of humans causing tapeworm disease . their larvae , which are called cysticerci , live in the flesh of pigs or humans , causing cysticercosis
- But inchoate discovery blood - vessel of disease of cysticercus of abscess of block of tumor , head , cerebral hemorrhage , head , head and congenital head is unbalanced , return the sort that can define hydrocephalus and matter
- When people eat raw or incompletely cooked pork containing cysticerci , the cysticerci are stimulated by the bile in the alimentary canal and retract their heads so as to hook onto the intestinal mucosa . proglottids segments grow continuously from their necks and form adult worms in two to three months . usually , there is one adult worm in the human body , but there may also be several of them
- For example , a large quantity of roundworms in the intestines can cause intestinal obstruction ; cysticercus cellulosa can apply pressure to the brain tissues , causing epilepsy ; intestinal flukes stick to the mucosa of the intestine with suckers , which can cause inflammation , hemorrhaging or even destruction of intestinal tissue