Medical Definition of Dirofilaria conjunctivae

1. Name assigned to filarial worms removed from tumours and abscesses in various sites in human cases, especially palpebral conjunctivae and other eye tissues, but also subcutaneous tissues from other sites; probably caused by a number of species of animal origin. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dirofilaria Conjunctivae

Dipylon gate
Dirac
Dirac constant
Dirac delta function
Dirac equation
Dirac fermion
Dirac fermions
Dirca
Dirca palustris
DirectX
Directoire
Director of Central Intelligence
Directorate for Inter-Services Intelligence
Dirichletian
Dirk
Dirofilaria conjunctivae (current term)
Dirty Harry
Dis
Dische-Schwarz reagent
Dische reaction
Dische reagent
Discina macrospora
Disciotis venosa
Disciple
Disciples
Disciples of Christ
Discman
Discmans
Discocephali
Discoglossidae

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