Schistosomiasis haematobium

schistosomiasis haematobium schistosomiasis hae·ma·to·bi·um (hē’mə-tō’bē-əm)
Infestation of the urinary tract with eggs of Schistosoma haematobium, characterized by inflammation of the bladder and the passage of blood in the urine. Also called endemic hematuria.


Read Also:

  • Schistosomiasis japonicum

    schistosomiasis japonicum schistosomiasis ja·pon·i·cum (jā-pŏn’ĭ-kəm) n. Infection with Schistosoma japonicum, characterized by dysenteric symptoms, painful enlargement of the liver and spleen, dropsy, urticaria, and progressive anemia. Also called Asiatic schistosomiasis, Katayama disease, Katayama syndrome, urticarial fever, Yangtze Valley fever.

  • Schistosomiasis mansoni

    schistosomiasis mansoni schistosomiasis man·so·ni (mān-sō’nī) n. Infection of the liver and large intestine with Schistosoma mansoni, characterized by irritation, inflammation, and ultimately formation of fibrous tissue. Also called Manson’s disease.

  • Schistosomiasis mekongi

    schistosomiasis mekongi schistosomiasis me·kong·i (mā-kông’ī, -kông’gī) n. Infection with Schistosoma mekongi, producing symptoms similar to schistosomiasis japonica and chiefly affecting children in the Mekong delta.

  • Schistothorax

    schistothorax schis·to·tho·rax (shĭs’tə-thôr’āks’, skĭs’-) n. A congenital cleft of the chest wall.

Disclaimer: Schistosomiasis haematobium definition / meaning should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational purposes only.