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- noun Plural form of
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Laveran reports a case in which 23 teniae were expelled in the same day.
Even the new-born have exhibited signs of teniae, and Haussmann has discussed this subject.
Fereol speaks of a case of vertigo, accompanied with epileptic convulsions, which was caused by teniae.
Palm mentions the fact of four tapeworms existing in one person; and Mongeal has made observations of a number of cases in which several teniae existed simultaneously in the stomach.
Kisel has recorded a fatal case of anemia, in a child of six, dependent on teniae.
Greenhow mentions the occurrence of two teniae mediocanellata.
David speaks of the expulsion of five teniae by the ingestion of a quantity of sweet wine.
a tapeworm 36 feet long was expelled from a child of four; and Fabre mentions the expulsion of eight teniae from a child.
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