There's ~a lot~ of basic roundworm info, and tells about the discovery of a new species of lung and intestinal nematode pathogen, named "Cryptostrongylus pulmoni" ), or "hidden lungworm." ... Describes life cycles and treatment options. Has anyone tried this??
This is a "not so new", 1995 patent for an aerolized invention to diagnose and treat Cryptostrongylus pulmoni, a previously unrecognized microscopic roundworm that has autoinfective capability similar to that of the human threadworm Strongyloides stercoralis.
"Methods for the diagnosis and the treatment of Cryptostrongylus pulmoni, a heretofore unrecognized microscopic roundworm, are described. The roundworm's unique life cycle prevents diagnosis by traditional stool analysis methods.
The methods for diagnosis and treatment entail the administration of an aerosolized formulation of an anthelmintic agent. Additionally, the invention describes a new composition of thiabendazole, a known anthelmintic agent, for aerosolized administration that can be used for diagnosing and treating the infection caused by the roundworm."