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Agamonematodoza (agamonematodoses; Greek agamos – celibate + nematodes (Greek nema – a thread + eidos – similarity) + - оз Greek словообраз. a suffix - Usis – a disease) – the helminthoses caused by the larvae of nematodes migrating in an organism of an animal or the person, belonging to which certain species is not established.

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