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Leeches suck blood from the neck of a patient at the clinic of doctor Tatijana Gambar
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THe business end of a leech Close up of the mouthparts showing the three jaws each
Medicinal leeches have three muscular "jaws", one dorsal and two ventrolateral jaws, each of which has a row of fine "teeth" or denticles on it.
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Leeches suck blood from the face of a patient in this 2011 file photo. A
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In your case, the leech has most likely dropped off and there should not be a cause of concern. If you notice excessive redness or blister at the bite site, ...
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After one treatment the leeches sucked out the 'bad blood' and increased the circulation
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Phylogenetic relationships of seven annelid species, inclusive of the three medicinal leeches discussed in this
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