Fasciolopsis buski: The giant intestinal fluke. See: Fasciolopsis.
Fasciolopsis buski. Fasciolopsis buski lives in the small intestine of humans and pigs. Measuring up to 80 mm in length, it is one of the largest trematodes found in humans.
Fasciolopsis buski, often referred to as the giant intestinal fluke, is a parasite of southern Asia. Read about its life cycle, distribution, and significance.
Causal Agent: The trematode Fasciolopsis buski ... Causal Agent, Life Cycle, and Geographic Distribution
Fasciolopsis buski is a parasitic fluke that lives in your small intestine causing fasciolopsiasis (disease). Pictures, videos, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.
Fasciolopsis buski Life Cycle. Adults in the small intestine of man release eggs that are evacuated with feces. The miracidium that hatches from the egg must penetrate a ...