Streptobacillus

What is Streptobacillus? Streptobacillus is a zoonotic natural anthropurgic bacterial infectious disease with a contact mechanism of transmission of the pathogen. It is characterized by intermittent fever, polyarthritis, rash. Causes of Streptobacillus The causative agent

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Sparganosis

What is Sparganosis? Sparganosis is a zoonotic helminthiasis from the group of cestodosis. It is characterized by damage to the internal organs, subcutaneous tissue, conjunctiva of the eyes and other organs and tissues. Cases of

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Salmonellosis

What is Salmonellosis? Salmonellosis is an acute zoonotic intestinal infection characterized by lesions of the digestive organs with the development of intoxication syndrome and water-electrolyte disorders, less often with typhoid-like or septicopyemic course. Brief historical

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Cold

What is Cold? Experts familiar to us in everyday life cold are called acute respiratory viral infection (ARVI), or acute respiratory disease (ARI). The cause of the common cold are viruses. The most common viruses

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Opportunistic Mycoses

What is Opportunistic Mycosis? Opportunistic mycoses are a group of mycoses that are caused by conditionally pathogenic fungi from the genera Absidia, Aspergillus, Candida, Mucor, Penicillium, etc. in immunodeficient individuals. Among infectious diseases, opportunistic mycoses,

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Mycetoma

What is Mycetoma? Mycetoma (madur foot, maduromycosis, phycomycetoma) is a focal, chronic, slowly progressive, often painless destructive disease that starts in the subcutaneous tissue and spreads to neighboring parts of the body. In 1842, Gill

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