Echinococcosis

What is Echinococcosis? Echinococcosis is a rare chronically parasitic disease that occurs as a result of exposure to the body of the larval form of the tape helminth Echinococcus granulosus. Echinococcosis is widespread throughout the

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Hookworm Infection

What is Hookworm Disease? Ancylostomidoses – helminthiasis caused by ankilostomida; distinguished hookworm (pathogen – hookworm) and necatoriasis (pathogen – necator). Both helminthiasis have a similar clinical picture. Ankilostomidozy are distributed mainly among the population of

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Brucellosis

What is Brucellosis? Brucellosis is a zoonotic infectious-allergic disease, prone to chronicity, occurring with a primary lesion of the musculoskeletal system, cardiovascular, nervous and reproductive systems. Brief historical information The disease has been known since

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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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Shigellosis

What is Shigellosis? Shigellosis is an acute anthroponous infectious disease with fecal-oral transmission mechanism. General intoxication and predominant lesion of the mucous membrane of the distal colon, cramping abdominal pains, frequent loose stools with an

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