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try·pan·o·so·mi·a·sis

 (trĭ-păn′ə-sō-mī′ə-sĭs)
n. pl. try·pan·o·so·mi·a·ses (-sēz′)
Infection with or disease caused by trypanosomes.
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trypanosomiasis

(ˌtrɪpənəsəˈmaɪəsɪs)
n
(Pathology) any infection of an animal or human with a trypanosome. See also sleeping sickness, Chagas' disease
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try•pan•o•so•mi•a•sis

(trɪˌpæn ə soʊˈmaɪ ə sɪs, ˌtrɪp ə nə-)

n.
an infectious disease caused by a trypanosome.
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Translations

try·pan·o·so·mi·a·sis

n. tripanosomiasis, cualquier infección causada por un parásito flagelado del género Tripanosoma.
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trypanosomiasis

n tripanosomiasis f
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Sin embargo, Hipocrates describe por primera vez la clinica del delirum, utilizando los terminos phrenitis y lethargus. En la decada de 1970 Lipowski acuno el termino delirium y describio psicopatologicamente la obnubilacion de la conciencia (Adamis, Treloar, Martin, y Macdonald, 2007).