Melioidosis

What is Melioidosis? Melioidosis (false glanders, Whitmore’s disease) is an acute infectious disease that occurs in the form of severe sepsis with the formation of multiple abscesses in various organs or in the form of

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Loaoz

What is Loaoz? Loaoz (Colabar tumor) is a chronic helminth infection, the characteristic feature of which is the migration of sexually mature parasites into the tissues of the body, which causes the development of 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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Cryptosporidiosis

What is Cryptosporidiosis? Cryptosporidiosis is a human protozoal disease that usually occurs in the gastrointestinal form of its osmotic hypofermentative diarrhea and takes severe forms in individuals with immunodeficiency. Cryptosporidia was first discovered in 1907

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Coccidioidomycosis

What is Coccidioidomycosis? Coccidioidomycosis (synonyms: coccidioidomycosis, koktsidioidnaya granuloma, valley fever, desert rheumatism, Pasadasa-Wernicke disease) – a disease related to deep group systemic mycoses, clinically characterized by a primary lesion of the respiratory system, skin and

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Intestinal Capillaria

What is Intestinal Capillaria? Intestinal capillarosis is a helminthiase in humans caused by the nematodes Capillaria philippiensis. Capillaries were first discovered in 1963 in a seriously ill patient in the Philippines. Invasion is manifested in

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Dicroceliasis

What is Dicroceliasis? Dicroceliosis is a helminthic disease of domestic and wild animals, as well as humans, characterized by damage to the liver and gallbladder. Causes of Dicroceliasis The causative agent of dicroceliasis – helminth-trematode

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Gas Gangrene

What is Gas Gangrene? Gas gangrene is caused by Clostridium perfringens, Cl. septicum, Cl. oedematiens and Cl. histolitycum. Gas gangrene usually develops with extensive crumbling of tissues (gunshot, torn, ragged-bruised wounds), often polluted with earth,

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