A portrait figure of an old man, whose head is bound with a taenia, reclines on a couch with a two-handled cup in his left hand.
It is considered to be an effectual vermifuge for taenia solium.
Round the taenia are five drilled holes, indicating that a wreath of bronze was attached.
Not only ascarides, but also tape and thread worms (taenia and Filaria), are to be constantly contended with.
Part of a female head, turned to the right, and wearing a taenia.
Each peduncle joins, along with the taenia semicircularis, the anterior pillar of the fornix of its own side.
The taxonomic position of taenia madagascariensis Davaine, 1870, a tapeworm parasite of man and rodents.
He wears a taenia, and there are traces of drapery which passed over the shoulder.
A male head in high relief, wearing a taenia, is slightly bent forwards to the right.
The taenia tecti marginales and the tectum synoticum are covered dorsally and laterally by the frontoparietals.
taenia tae·ni·a or te·ni·a (tē'nē-ə)
n. pl tae·ni·as or tae·ni·ae (-nē-ē')
A ribbonlike band of tissue or muscle.
A flatworm of the genus Taenia, which includes many tapeworms. Not in technical use.
Taenia Tae·ni·a (tē'nē-ə)
A genus of cestodes that formerly included most of the tapeworms but is now restricted to those species infecting carnivores with a cysticercus.