Vol 21: Probable hepatic capillariosis and hydatidosis in an adolescent from the late Roman period buried in Amiens France.Report as inadecuate



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This article is from Parasite, volume 21.AbstractTwo calcified objects recovered from a 3rd to 4th-century grave of an adolescent in Amiens Northern France were identified as probable hydatid cysts. By using thin-section petrographic techniques, probable Calodium hepaticum syn. Capillaria hepatica eggs were identified in the wall of the cysts. Human hepatic capillariosis has not been reported from archaeological material so far, but could be expected given the poor level of environmental hygiene prevalent in this period. Identification of tissue-dwelling parasites such as C. hepaticum in archaeological remains is particularly dependent on preservation conditions and taphonomic changes and should be interpreted with caution due to morphological similarities with Trichuris sp. eggs.



Author: Mowlavi, Gholamreza; Kacki, Sacha; Dupouy-Camet, Jean; Mobedi, Iraj; Makki, Mahsasadat; Harandi, Majid Fasihi; Naddaf, Saied Reza

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