Mansonella Man·son·el·la (mān’sə-něl’ə)
A genus of filarial worms that are found chiefly in Central and South America and cause mansonelliasis.
- Mansonella streptocerca
Mansonella streptocerca Mansonella strep·to·cer·ca (strěp’tə-sûr’kə) n. A species of Mansonella found in central and western Africa that causes a lichenoid condition or edema of the skin and that is transmitted by a species of biting midge.
mansonelliasis man·so·nel·li·a·sis (mān’sə-něl-ī’ə-sĭs) n. Infection with a species of filarial worms of the genus Mansonella, transmitted by biting midges of the genus Culicoides; the adult worms live in the serous cavities, especially the peritoneal cavity, in mesenteric and perivisceral adipose tissue, and in the skin.
Mansonia Man·so·ni·a (mān-sō’nē-ə) n. A genus of mosquitoes that includes species that transmit the filarial worms associated with filariasis and elephantiasis in southeast Asia and Indonesia.
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