The pork tapeworm (Taenia solium) is a parasitic living worm in the intestines of humans. Porks serve as an intermediate host. Experimentally, also other mammals may be infected. Also the human can serve as an intermediate host. If the human serves as intermediate host the fins especially settle on the fascias from sceletal muscles, diaphragm, larynx, heart, lymph glands or the brain. These parasites trigger headache, increased cerebral pressure, neurological illnesses and meningitis.