Ancylostoma braziliense



ancylostoma braziliense

Ancylostoma braziliense Ancylostoma bra·zil·i·en·se (brə-zĭl’ē-ěn’sē)
n.
A species of hookworm that usually is an intestinal parasite of dogs and cats but can also infest the skin of humans.

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