paragonimiasis


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paragonimiasis

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as intermediate hosts of paragonimiasis in Asia, Africa, and the Neotropics) (Maleewong, 2003; Blair et al., 2008) and as a source of medical and pharmaceutical materials (i.e.
Many gastropods particularly aquatic species are known to serve as intermediate hosts for different parasites especially trematodes that cause diseases such as fascioliasis, schistosomiasis and paragonimiasis, in both humans and other mammals.
IgG to other parasites including Paragonimus westermani , Paragonimiasis sichuanensis , Schistosoma japonicum , and Spirometra mansoni were all negative.
Kohrogi, "Elevated serum IgG4 levels in two cases of paragonimiasis," Respirology Case Reports, vol.
Atypical causes of cavities that are not frequently seen outside endemic areas include paragonimiasis and echinococcosis and should be considered depending on the clinical setting [3, 42, 43].
The Union Minister, while visiting the DBT Healthcare Laboratory & Research Center at the NHAK, has also inaugurated the Paragonimiasis Research Laboratory in presence of State Health and Family Welfare Minister, P Longon.
Effusions with elevated LD levels (>1,000IU/L) have been associated with empyema, malignancies, rheumatoid effusions, paragonimiasis (lung fluke), and Pneumocystis jiroveci (formally P carinii).
Bionomics of Tarebia granifera (Gastropoda:Thiaridae) in Puerto Rico, an Asian vector of Paragonimiasis westermani.
Velasco of Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences is involved in the surveillance of malaria, schistosomiasis (snail fever) and paragonimiasis (food-borne parasitic infection).