Taenia saginata spreads from: (DNB Dec 2009)
a. T. saginata infection occurs by consumption of under cooked beef containing the larval form, cysticercus bovis.
b. Adult worms develop from the larval form and localise in the small intestine of the definitive host, man. Mostly the infection is asymptomatic.
c. Unlike T. solium, the eggs of T. saginata are not infective to man and hence cysticercosis is not seen with T. saginata.
d. T. solium and Trichinella is spread from pigs.
e. Hydatid disease is spread from dogs.
f. Toxoplasma is spread from cats.