A NEW PROCEDURE FOR DIAGNOSING URETERAL STRICTURES IN THE MALE

1921 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
Ceylon. He writes in this connection : "In these cases the apparent clinical manifestations were out of pro¬ portion to the degree of infection and the length of time these children could have had the disease had they acquired it in the usual way and postnatally." It would seem possible that prenatal infestation might occur with any parasitic worm in which there is a wandering of the larvae in the body of the final host. The recent discoveries of the wandering of the larvae of Ascaris
more » ... f Ascaris lumbricoides and related forms have suggested that migrations of nematode larvae in their final hosts are more common than has been suspected. These data serve to increase the significance of studies on prenatal infestation. It is worth while in this con¬ nection to mention briefly those of the parasitic worms òf man in which the life history is such that prenatal infestation is a possibility.
doi:10.1001/jama.1921.92630030023010 fatcat:l5nx4hgy2vbf7eibprpk3qt2dm