Toxoplasmosis

What is Toxoplasmosis? Toxoplasmosis is a parasitic disease characterized by damage to the nervous system, eyes, skeletal muscles and heart muscles, as well as an increase in lymph nodes, liver and spleen. Prone to chronic

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Erysipelas

What is Erysipelas? Erysipelas is an infectious disease characterized by the appearance on the skin or mucous membranes of foci of clearly demarcated acute serous or serous-hemorrhagic inflammation, fever and symptoms of general intoxication. The

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Listeriosis

What is Listeriosis? Listeriosis (synonyms: listerelosis, Tigris disease, neuralgias, neonatal granulomatosis) is an infectious disease from the group of zoonoses. In humans, the disease occurs either in the form of acute sepsis (with damage to

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Miaz

What is Miaz? Miaz, myiasis (from the Greek. Myia – a fly, other transcriptions: myiosis, myasis) – a disease caused by the penetration and stay of larvae and adult arthropods in the tissues and cavities

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Neurosyphilis

What is Neurosyphilis? Neurosyphilis develops as a result of penetration into the central nervous system of the causative agent of the disease – pale treponema. A few decades ago, syphilitic damage to the central nervous

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