Cryptosporidium parvum laboratory diagnosis

Cryptosporidium parvum laboratory diagnosis

Cryptosporidium is distributed worldwide.Of the 20 species that are known to exist, only Cryptosporidium parvum infects human beings.Infection appears to occur primarily through water or food contaminated with infected feces and through transmission from person to person.Immunocompromised persons are at risk of contracting this parasite,…

Artifacts and confusers in Parasitology

artifacts and confusers in Parasitological samples

get link There are a number of structures close to parasites, but in reality they are not.These structures, known as artifacts and confusers in parasitology, are mainly found in samples of stools and blood.Such stool artifacts and confusers can be caused by disease processes, drugs and/or dietary habits.The…

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