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Etiology/ Incidence/ Pathogenesis . The two commoner tapeworms or flatworms (cestodes) are Taenia saginata and Taenia solium or the pork tapeworm; these cause taeniasis. T. solium is the most common ocular tapeworm infestation occurring in endemic regions such as Africa, South-East Asia (Indian subcontinent), Mexico, South America and Eastern Europe. .

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