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Cestode Review Tables Table 1. Pseudophyllidean tapeworms Parasite Final Host Intermediate host Mode of transmission Site of infection Signs and symptoms Endemic areas Diphyllobothrium latum Fish-eating mammals Copepods and freshwater fish Ingestion of plerocercoid in raw freshwater fish Small intestine Vitamin B-12 deficiency Lakes in Chile and Scandinavia Diplogonoporus grandis and D. balaenopterae Whales and seals Saltwater crustaceans and fish Ingestion of plerocercoid in raw saltwater fish Intestinal tract Same as D. latum? Japan, Korea Spirometra mansoni Felids and canids Copepods, fish, tadpoles Ingestion of sparganum in copepods or uncooked intermediate hosts; through skin/eye when using infected raw meat as poultices to wounds or the eye Cutaneous tissue, eyes, CNS Nodules Europe and Asia Spirometra mansonoides Lynx, bobcat Copepods Same as S. mansoni Cutaneous tissue, eyes, CNS Nodules Northeastern United States Table 2. Cyclophyllidean tapeworms: Taenia spp. Parasite
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