Medical Definition of Linguatula serrata

1. A species most common in Europe, but also found in the United States, South America, and probably elsewhere; the adult is a whitish, soft, flattened, annulated worm equipped with hooks by which it attaches itself to the nasal mucosa of dogs and other canids; the larvae develop in the liver and lymph nodes of rodents, swine, cattle, and sometimes man and other primates. Synonym: Linguatula rhinaria. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Linguatula Serrata

Linear B
Linette
Lineweaver-Burk equation
Lineweaver-Burk plot
Lineweaver Burke plot
Ling's method
Ling-pao
Lingala
Lingelsheimia
Lingelsheimia anitrata
Lingism
Lingua Franca Nova
Lingualumina
Linguatula
Linguatula rhinaria
Linguatula serrata
Linguatulidae
Lingvo Kosmopolita
Linian
Link trainer
Linklater
Linköping
Linlithgowshire
Linnaea
Linnaea borealis americana
Linnaean
Linnaean nomenclature
Linnaeus
Linne

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