schistosomiasis

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Synonyms for schistosomiasis

an infestation with or a resulting infection caused by a parasite of the genus Schistosoma

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The study of T-cell activation in peripheral blood and spleen of hepatosplenic patients suggests an exchange of cells between these two compartments in advanced human Schistosomiasis mansoni infection.
Colley, "Impact ofintense, longitudinal retreatment with praziquantel on cure rates of schistosomiasis mansoni in a cohort of occupationally exposed adults in western Kenya," Tropical Medicine and International Health, vol.
Environmental inducers of Schistosomiasis mansoni in Campinas, Brazil.
Tosta, "Phagocytic and bactericidal function of mouse macrophages to Salmonella typhimurium in schistosomiasis mansoni," The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol.
Tumoral form of cerebral schistosomiasis mansoni. A report of four cases and a review of the literature.
The morbidity of schistosomiasis mansoni in the Rusizi Plain (Burundi).
"The Venezuelan experience inthe control of Schistosomiasis mansoni".
IL-10 Regulates Liver Pathology in Acute Murine Schistosomiasis mansoni But Is Not Required for Immune Down- Modulation of Chronic Disease.
Humoral immune responses in acute schistosomiasis mansoni: Relation to morbidity.
A simple device for quantitative stool thick-smear technique in Schistosomiasis mansoni. Revue Instituto Medicina Tropical 1972; 14: 817-20.
Adult resistance to schistosomiasis mansoni: age-dependence of reinfection remains constant in communities with diverse exposure patterns.
Antunes; Sensitivity, Specificity and Positive Predictive Value of Selected Clinical Sings and Symptoms Associated with Schistosomiasis Mansoni, Int.
Schistosomiasis mansoni is a tropical helminthic disease characterized by parasite egg-induced granulomatous inflammation and cumulative fibrosis.
With the opening of the School of Tropical Medicine, there was renewed interest in schistosomiasis mansoni in the Island.
Caffrey, "Schistosomiasis mansoni: Novel chemotherapy using a cysteine protease inhibitor," PLoS Medicine, vol.