Cysticercosis

What is cysticercosis? Cysticercosis is a human parasitic disease caused by larvae of the pork tapeworm – cysticercus (Cysticersus cellulosae). In this case, a person becomes an intermediate optional host of helminth. It occurs in

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Fasciolopsidosis

What is Fasciolopsidosis? Fasciolopsidosis is a helminthiasis from the trematodoses group, which is characterized by mechanical tissue damage, intoxication with parasite metabolites, and a primary lesion of the gastrointestinal tract. Fasciolopsidosis is registered in China,

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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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Pinta

What is a Pint? Pinta (syn. Pinto, mal del Pinto, carate, azul, boussarole, etc.) is an exceptionally dermal, non-venereal trepanomatosis endemic to Latin American countries, with lesions of the mucous membranes, but without involving the

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