Consumption of uncooked pork is likely to cause which of the following helminthic disease:
a. Taenia solium and Trichinella spiralis infections are associated with consumption of uncooked pork.
b. Optimum host for T. spiralis is pig.
c. Mode of infection in trichinosis is intake of raw/poorly cooked pork with viable coiled larvae. In the GIT, adults develop, larvae are formed. Adult worms have a short life span.
d. Larvae penetrate the duodenal/ jejunal wall and reach lymphatics and blood vessels and reach various tissue cells but survive only in striated muscle cells. Man is a dead end host.