Medical Definition of Dipylidium caninum

1. The commonest species of dog tapeworm, the double-pored tapeworm, the larvae of which are harbored by dog fleas or lice; the worm occasionally infects humans, especially children licked by dogs that have recently nipped infected fleas. Origin: G. Dipylos, with two entrances; L. Ntr. Of caninus, pertaining to canis, dog (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dipylidium Caninum

Dipsacaceae
Dipsacus
Dipsacus fullonum
Dipsacus sativus
Dipsacus sylvestris
Dipsosaurus
Dipsosaurus dorsalis
Diptera
Dipterocarpaceae
Dipteronia
Dipteryx
Dipteryx odorata
Dipu
Dipus
Dipus sagitta
Dipylidium caninum
Dipylon
Dipylon gate
Dirac
Dirac constant
Dirac delta function
Dirac equation
Dirac fermion
Dirac fermions
Dirca
Dirca palustris
DirectX
Directoire
Director of Central Intelligence
Directorate for Inter-Services Intelligence

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