worms affect only humans and lodge in the small intestine.
produce eggs, which pass into stool and then soil.
will infect people similar to hook worms as they will penetrate
skin and then migrate from the lungs to the intestine.
takes years for the worm to mature.
there is a rash at the skin entry and a wandering rash as
they migrate in the skin.
also cause cough, wheezing, and abdominal complaints.
are diagnosed as stool analysis and treated with anti-worm
Student BMJ http://www.studentbmj.com/back_issues/0803/education/280.html
McGill University http://martin.parasitology.mcgill.ca/JIMSPAGE/stongylioides.htm
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygeine http://www.ajtmh.org/cgi/collection/strongyloidiasis