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Cimex lectularius

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Cimex lectularius in cute humana

Classis : Insecta 
Subclassis : Pterygota 
Ordo : Hemiptera 
Subordo : Heteroptera 
Superfamilia : Cimicoidea 
Familia : Cimicidae 
Subfamilia : Cimicinae 
Genus : Cimex 
Species : Cimex lectularius 
Linnaeus, 1758
   

Cimex lectularius est species insectorum familiae Cimicadarum, parasitus cuius primarii hostes sunt homines sapientes, unde censetur una ex molestissimis mundi pestibus.

Cimex lectularius in cute humana.
Cimex lectularius adultus.
Cimex lectularius mas feminam traumatice inseminat.

Cimices lectularii saltem viginti octo pathogenis hominum infici possunt, sed nulla ad homines transmittunt.[1] Inventi sunt nonnulli qui Staphylococcum aureum methicillino resistentem[2] et Enterococcum faecium vancomycino resistentem ferebant, sed significatio iam incerta est.[3]

Investigationes transmissionis futurae viri immunodificientae humanae, staphylococci aurei methicillino resistentis, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, et hepatitis E cimices lectularios hos morbos transmittere non monstraverunt; certa autem indicia monstrant arborvira ab eis transmitti posse.[4]

Cimicosis, ictus cimicum lectulariorum, varias cutis vicissitudines efficere possunt, a mutationibus haud conspicuis ad pustulas manifestas.[5] Inter effectus sunt impetigo superficialis, effectus psychologici, et symptomae allergicae.[6]

Cimex lectularius in paene omnibus mundi regionibus quas homines habitant invenitur.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Kolb, Needham, Neyman, et High 2009.
  2. Melnick 2011.
  3. "Do Bedbugs Spread MRSA and VRE?". Webmd.com. 11 May 2011 .
  4. Adelman 2013.
  5. James et Berger 2006.
  6. Doggett et Russell 2009.

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