Schistosoma mansoni

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Schistosoma mansoni Schistosoma man·so·ni (mān-sō'nī)
A trematode that is common in Africa, parts of the Middle East, the West Indies, South America, and certain Caribbean islands and causes schistosomiasis mansoni.

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