How to Pronounce tenia?

Correct pronunciation for the word "tenia" is [tˈiːniə], [tˈiːniə], [t_ˈiː_n_i__ə].

What are the misspellings for tenia?

  • teina,
  • tonia,
  • trinia,
  • renia,
  • tenja,
  • trenia,
  • tenjia,
  • tenuia,
  • tenija,
  • tenkia,
  • teniza,
  • teniaz,
  • tenisa,
  • tenias,
  • teniqa,
  • toniaa,
  • tenea,
  • Teniya,
  • Teniea,
  • teinia

"Tenia" in context

Tenia is a species of internal parasite that is found in the human body, commonly found in the small intestine. It is also known as tapeworm. Its cylindrical body is made up of many small segments that are filled with reproductive organs. It absorbs nutrients from the food passing through it, and can reach lengths of up to 10 meters. Some common symptoms of an infection by tenia include mild abdominal discomfort, nausea, vomiting, weight loss, and anemia. Diagnosis is typically made by detecting eggs or adult tapeworms in the stool.

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