Epidemic Typhus

What is Epidemic Typhus? Epidemic typhus (Synonyms: lousy typhus, military typhus, typhoid fever, European typhus, prison fever, camp fever; epidemic typhus fever, louse-born typhus, jail fever, famine fever, war fever-English, Flecktyphus kfieber – German; typhus

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Lymphatic Filariasis

What is Lymphatic Filariasis? Lymphatic filariasis is a group of tropical helminth infections that affect the subcutaneous retina, serous membranes, eyes, lymphatic system. Causes of Lymphatic Filariasis The causative agents are Wuchereria bancrofti, Brugia malayi

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Trichocephalosis (Trichurosis)

What is Trichocephalosis (Trichurosis)? Trichurosis (trichocephalosis, trichiuriasis) is a helminthiasis from the group of nematodoses, characterized by predominant dysfunction of the gastrointestinal tract and the nervous system. It is widespread everywhere, especially in the humid

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Strongyloidiasis

What is Strongyloidosis? Strongyloidiasis is a chronic nematodoz that does not have a tendency to self-healing, characterized by an extraordinary variety of organ pathology of the gastrointestinal tract and the hepatobiliary system. Strongyloidosis called “Kokhinkha

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Sap

What is Sap? Sap is an acute infectious disease characterized by a septic course and the formation on the skin and mucous membranes of pustules, ulcers, multiple abscesses in the internal organs. Causes of Sapa

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Pasteurellosis

What is Pasteurellosis? Pasterellosis (hemorrhagic septicemia) is an acute infectious disease characterized by fever, general intoxication, inflammation of the skin, subcutaneous tissue, arthritis, osteomyelitis. Refers to zoonosis. Causes of Pasteurellosis The causative agent – Pasleurella

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Parvovirus Infection

What is Parvovirus Infection? Parvovirus infection is an acute infectious disease of predominantly childhood age caused by a parvovirus and characterized by a variety of clinical manifestations. Most often, parvovirus infection manifests itself as an

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