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A human case of myiasis caused by Dermatobia hominis



A human case of myiasis caused by Dermatobia hominis



Parassitologia recd 1983; 23(1/3): 173-175



Infestation by larvae of Dermatobia hominis (L.jr.) is reported in Italy in an elderly man who had recently travelled in Venezuela. D. hominis oviposits on the abdomen of a blood-sucking insect such as a mosquito, and when the vector bites a mammal the eggs hatch immediately and the larvae enter the wound.

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