Clinical Parasitology and Tropical Medicine
- Author: Collective Work
- Year: 14-04-2016
- Availability: Out Of Stock
- Product Code: 1719-01
- SKU: 11.0135
- ISBN: 978-619-152-816-5
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Parasitic diseases caused by protozoans and helminths (parasitic worms) are one of the most widespread diseases in humans. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than three billion of the world's population have parasitosis, and in most tropical or subtropical countries, they are the leading cause of prevalence, morbidity and cause of death for the population. In our country, over 20 types of local parasitosis are described, some with wide or epidemic spread - enterobiasis, echinococcosis, trichinellosis, ascariasis, toxoplasmosis,trichomoniasis, giardiasis and others. They also cause other pathological conditions such as allergies, gastroenterocolitis, urogenital diseases, abdominal complications (ileus, perforation, pancreatitis etc.), dermatoses, fetopathology, anemia, etc. A new pathology of great health significance is HIV and AIDS-associated opportunistic parasitoses pneumocystis, toxoplasmosis, visceral leishmaniasis, cryptosporidiosis, etc., which often end with death. Pneumocystis with pulmonary complications or disseminated is a common direct cause of death of AIDS patients. The contacts of Bulgaria with tropical countries increased the import of tropical diseases, including parasitosis, in Bulgaria. More than 50 types of imported protozoans and helminths represent both clinical and therapeutic problems such as early diagnosis and treatment, as well as a real epidemic threat of local distribution (malaria, amnesia dysentery, visceral and cutaneous leishmaniasis, lymphatic phleriosis, etc.).
Tags: Medical Research Studies
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