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Eggs of pinworms in feces in children: symptoms, treatment, how to get rid

A common parasitic disease among adults and children is enterobiosis. Consider the causes of the disease, its pathogen, the route of infection and the methods of treatment.

HPV 45 type: what is it and how dangerous?

After living a large part of life, to the age of 50 people usually get a decent baggage of various diseases. Some of them are the result of irrational nutrition, wrong lifestyle, bad habits, etc.

Dysentery amoeba: characteristics, signs, diagnosis and prevention

Like other amoebas, they have adapted to a parasitic existence within a person in the colon, but under certain conditions can cause a serious disease - amoebiasis.

Hepatic fluke: structure, pathways of infection, stages of development, prevention

A dangerous parasite that affects the liver and causes fascioliasis is the hepatic trematode. Consider its life cycle, ways of infection and methods of destruction.

Noroviruses in humans: genotypes, tests, complications

Virologists introduced its short designation - NOV and recognized as highly contagious, causing outbreaks of acute viral gastroenteritis.

Intestinal amoeba in man: cyst structure, life cycle

In the external environment intestinal amoeba is well preserved, in some cases it can reproduce, but still a favorable place for it is the intestine of a person or other living organism.

Capillary disease or dangerous consequences of foreign missions

Some parasitic diseases are more widespread, others, such as capillarial disease, are very rare. Nevertheless, both of them have the right to a thorough study, because no one is insured against infection.

Oral amoeba

Oral amoeba (Entamoeba gingivalis) - a species of unicellular organisms (protista) such as sarcodaceae - belongs to the subfamily of Amoebozoa and is one of six species of endoparasites of this group that can live inside a person.

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