Fasciolopsis Fas·ci·o·lop·sis (fās’ē-ō-lŏp’sĭs, fə-sī’ō-)
A genus of very large intestinal flukes that includes Fasciolopsis buski, a species found in the intestine of humans in eastern and southern Asia.


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