Bancroft filaria. Egészségügyi kockázatok a trópusi Dél-Amerikába utazáskor
nocturnal periodicity - Diagnosis of filarial infections(clear explain)
Nem érhető el nagyobb felbontású változat. Bancroft filaria te is az építésében! LeírásWucheria bancrofti LifeCycle.
Among them are: Culex C. During a blood meal, an infected mosquito introduces third-stage filarial larvae onto the skin of the human host, where they penetrate into the bite wound.
They develop in adults that commonly reside in the lymphatics. The female worms measure 80 to mm in length and 0. Adults produce microfilariae measuring to μm by 7.
The microfilariae migrate into lymph and blood channels moving actively through lymph and blood.
A mosquito ingests the microfilariae during a blood meal. After ingestion, the microfilariae lose their sheaths and some of them work their way through the wall of the proventriculus and cardiac portion of the mosquito's midgut and reach the thoracic muscles.
There the microfilariae develop into first-stage larvae and subsequently into third-stage infective larvae. The third-stage infective larvae migrate through the hemocoel to the mosquito's prosbocis and can infect another human when the mosquito takes a blood meal.