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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