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Hymenolepsis diminuta infection

Hymenolepsis diminuta infection: Introduction

Hymenolepsis diminuta infection: A tapeworm infection caused by Hymenolepsis diminuta that is relatively common in rodents but can rarely cause infection in humans. Insects such as fleas and beetles are intermediate hosts and transmission to humans can result from accidentally swallowing infected arthropods. Symptoms tend to only occur in children or in patients with a relatively heavy infestation. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Hymenolepsis diminuta infection is available below.

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