Consumption of uncooked pork is likely to cause which of the following helminthic disease: (AIIMS May 2009)
a. T. solium and Trichinella spiralis infections are associated with consumption of uncooked pork.
c. The definitive host is man. The habitat in man is the small intestine.
d. The intermediate host is pig.
Serological diagnosis of cysticercosis.
a. Two most commonly used tests are: enzyme-linked immunosorbent a say (ELISA), and enzyme-linked immunoelectrotransfer blot (EITB).
b. These tests are used for diagnosis of cases of NCC and for the epidemiological study of cysticercosis.