amoebiasis


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  • noun

Synonyms for amoebiasis

infection by a disease-causing ameba

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Liver enzymes were all marginally raised, hepatitis studies, echinococcus and amoebiasis serology were all negative.
By contrast, the results showed a significant increase in the episode rate for amoebiasis and shigellosis (Table 1).
Differentiation of Entamoeba histolytica/Entamoeba dispar by PCR and their correlation with humoral and cellular immunity in individuals with clinical variants of amoebiasis.
Diagnostic methods for important helminthiasis and amoebiasis in Southeast Asia and the Far East.
Hepatitis A, typhoid, shigellosis, amoebiasis and tapeworms are all spread through contaminated food and drink.
These regions also have higher prevalence of water borne diseases like diarrhea, amoebiasis, hepatitis A and E, dysentery, and vector borne diseases like malaria, which unlike in earlier years when it was a less hazardous form of malaria caused by plasmodium vivax is increasingly becoming falciparum malaria.
Health officials estimate that parasitic diseases such as leishmaniasis, malaria, amoebiasis and toxoplasmosis affect more than one-quarter of the world's population, or well in excess of 1 billion people.
Success stories include the treatment of malaria and amoebiasis using the alkaloids, quinine and emetine obtained from Cinchona and Cephalis, respectively; in more recent times, Artemisinin, a sesquiterpene lactone derived from the herb Artemisia annua has been an invaluable addition (Golenser et al.
Entamoeba histolytica infection is an Amoebiasis of lizard that has been reported [17].
Of the launched products, 3 are for leishmaniasis, 2 for trypanosomiasis [1 for the American (also known as Chagas disease) variant, and the other for the African (sleeping sickness) variant], and 2 for trichomoniasis and amoebiasis.
Many other rampant infectious diseases such as cholera, typhoid and paratyphoid fevers, shigellosis, amoebiasis, cysticercosis, viral hepatitis (A, B, C, E), influenza, brucellosis, hydatidosis, paragonimiasis, rabies, Leptospirosis, anthrax, scrub typhus etc.