The entozoa of the edentulate mammals are not very numerous.
These are quoted in my Introductory Treatise on the Entozoa.
On the 28th of August, 1877, I received a small collection of entozoa.
He also described the morbid states with which these entozoa were commonly associated.
Some cases are ushered in by, or follow the course of, acute exanthems or acute gastric disorders or the presence of entozoa.
Many species of entozoa have been discovered in man, and most of them are peculiar in kind.
Entozoa, a general name for the various parasitic worms that infest the bodies of other animals.
Shortly after the receipt of this letter I obtained the entozoa in a good state of preservation.
May we not, for instance, consider serpents and snakes as the entozoa or intestinal worms of the earth?
I have remarked in my Entozoa, that this parasite may cause disease and death both by its action in the larval and adult states.