Cholera

What is Cholera? Cholera (lat. Cholera) is an acute intestinal anthroponous infection caused by bacteria of the species Vibrio cholerae. It is characterized by the fecal-oral mechanism of infection, damage to the small intestine, watery

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Malaria

What is Malaria? Malaria (Italian mala aria – “bad air”, formerly known as “swamp fever”) is a group of vector-borne infectious diseases transmitted to humans by mosquito bites of the genus Anopheles (“malaria mosquitoes”) and

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Ascariasis

What is Ascariasis? Ascaridosis (ascaridosis -lat., Ascariasis, lumbricosis – English, ascaridiose, lumbricose – French) is an invasion characterized by the presence of an early phase with manifestations of an allergic syndrome and a late one

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Craniosynostosis

What is Craniosynostosis? Craniosynostosis is the premature overgrowth of one or more sutures of the skull, leading to the formation of characteristic deformity. Craniosynostosis is understood as brain damage that occurs when the skull cavity

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