clonorchiasis


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Related to clonorchiasis: schistosomiasis, opisthorchiasis
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clo·nor·chi·a·sis

n. clonorquiasis, infección parasitaria que afecta los conductos biliares distales.
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However, it is indiscreet to insist that the patient had paragonimiasis but not clonorchiasis despite the IgG to paragonimiasis was negative while IgG to clonorchiasis was positive.
A wide variety of parasites can result in biliary tract infection; these include fascioliasis, schistosomiasias, clonorchiasis, ascariasis and echinoccoccosis.
They looked for evidence of parasitic "Oriental diseases" such as uncinariasis (hookworm), filariasis (round worm), and clonorchiasis (liver fluke), which were all grounds for expulsion if untreated after arrival.
These included enterobiasis, schistosomiasis, mucocele, trichuriasis, tuberculosis, ascariasis, Endometriosis, mucinous cyst adenoma, granuloma, carcinoid tumor, neuroma, clonorchiasis, primary adenocarcinoma and secondary carcinoma.
We used data from surveys 1-3 to determine epidemiologic changes in STHs and clonorchiasis over time in Hengxian County.
Little effect of praziquantel or artemisinin on clonorchiasis in Northern Vietnam: A pilot study.
Stool samples did not identify ova so blood samples were taken for serology testing including Clonorchiasis andOpisthorchiasis (results pending at time of publication).
japonicum Oval to spherical; rudimentary lateral spine Table 6-13 Less Common Zoonotic Trematodes Type of Predominant Trematode Disease Trematode Signs in People Clonorchis Clonorchiasis Liver fluke Minor infection is senensis First discov- Transparent, common and may (named for ered in the lancet- be asymptomatic.
Water-based diseases includeguinea work dracunculiasis, paragonimiasis, clonorchiasis and schistosomiasis (Bilharzia).
Clonorchiasis is majorly caused by eating raw freshwater fish.
The current status of opisthorchiasis and clonorchiasis in the Mekong Basin.
The Clonorchiasis opisthorchiasis is an important zoonotic infection of man causing gastro intestinal disturbances, heavy infections and cause recurrent attacks of cholengitis, pancreatitis, etc.