The term opisthorchiasis, or cat liver fluke disease, indicates two distinct infections: the one with Opisthorchis viverrini, which is referred to as opisthorchiasis viverrini, and the one with Opisthorchis felineus, which is referred to as opisthorchiasis felinea. The adult flukes of both O. viverrini and O. felineus are morphologically similar to those of C. sinensis, measuring up to 20 mm x 5 mm.
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