In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1lombriz intestinal femininehe's got roundworm — tiene lombrices (intestinales)
- Transmission of roundworm, whipworm and hookworm requires a warm wet environment to ensure survival of eggs or larvae in soil that is contaminated with human faeces.
- Before the Ontario Ministry of Health decided that raw fish must be frozen before it can be served, no one was worried about parasitic roundworms.
- Cat roundworms are known to cause visceral larval migrans in children, although less so than their canine counterpart.
- Canine heartworm is a serious and potentially fatal parasitic condition, transmitted by mosquitoes, in which roundworms develop in the heart and major blood vessels of dogs.
- Lab tests indicate huge quantities of garlic may fight roundworm, the most common intestinal parasite.
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