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Historical Amebiasis Data

The causative agent of the disease was discovered by F. A. Leshem in 1875 when examining the feces of a patient with bloody diarrhea and named him Amoeba coll . F. A. Lesch considered Amoeba coli to be the causative agent of a special type of dysentery. He also infected four dogs with feces of this patient, one of which got an acute […]

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Epidemiology of Amebiasis

The source of infection is sick amoebiasis and cystocarriers , which are capable of long-term (years) excreting amoeba cysts with feces into the environment. Cystonosia and convalescents after intestinal amoebiasis can produce about 500 million cysts per day. Carriers of cysts remain about 10% of people who have had acute amoebiasis. Patients with acute amoebiasis, which secrete mainly vegetative forms of the pathogen, are not epidemiologically dangerous.The […]

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Pathogenesis and pathomorphology of amoebiasis

Infection occurs when the amoeba cysts with food or water enter the digestive canal. Cysts easily overcome the acid barrier of the stomach, in the small intestine, their membrane is dissolved by enzymes and four amoeba metacysts come out from each cyst , from which vegetative forms of amoeba form through transverse division. The latter intensively multiply in the upper part […]

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Amebiasis Clinic

. According to the recommendations of the WHO Expert Committee (1970), three clinical forms of amoebiasis are distinguished: intestinal, extraintestinal, and cutaneous. Undisputed is the need for details of the above classification.Intestinal amoebiasis (80%)1. Acute amoebiasis: a) amoebic colitis, b) amoebic dysentery. 2. Chronic amoebiasis: a) amoebic colitis, b) amoebic dysentery. 3. Intestinal complications of amoebiasis: a) perforation with peritonitis, b) intestinal ameboma , c) amoebic appendicitis. Extraintestinal amoebiasis (2%). 1. […]

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Complications of Amebiasis

There are intestinal and extraintestinal complications of amoebiasis. Among intestinal complications, pericolitis , perforation of the intestinal wall with peritonitis, intestinal bleeding, amoeboma , narrowing (stricture) of the intestine, acute specific appendicitis, exfoliating colitis (rarely) are of greatest importance .A serious, but rare complication of amoebiasis is perforated purulent peritonitis, which can be ovarian or widespread.Intestinal bleeding as a complication is observed in any […]

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Diagnosis of amoebiasis

The supporting symptoms of the clinical diagnosis of intestinal amoebiasis are the gradual onset of the disease with a progressive increase in signs of intestinal dysfunction – diarrhea, the presence in the stool of impurities of vitreous mucus, subsequently uniformly stained with blood (raspberry jelly), lack of intoxication or its slight manifestations with increasing symptoms […]

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Amoebiasis treatment

Specific anti – metabolic drugs are divided into five groups.I. Amoebicides of universal action: metronidazole ( flagyl , tricho- sex) 0.5 g 3-4 times a day (7-10 days); tinidazole ( fasizhin ) inside 2 g once a day (3-5 days); furamide 2 g 3 times a day (5 days); atamizole ( mdiloxonide ) – a combined preparation ( metronidazole and furamide ) 2 tablets 3 times a day (5-7 days).  II. Direct-acting amoebocides (contact), effective in localizing amoebas in the intestinal lumen: a) derivatives of […]

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Adenovirus disease

Adenovirus disease (synonyms of the disease: pharyngoconjunctival fever) is an acute infectious disease caused by adenoviruses with airborne transmission, characterized by a predominant lesion of the mucous membrane of the respiratory system, conjunctiva and sclera, lymphadenopathy. The most typical form of the disease is pharyngoconjunctival fever. Historical evidence of adenoconjunctival disease The causative agent was […]

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Exclusive about antibiotics for cystitis in women and men with lists and comparisons

In the structure of infectious and inflammatory processes of the lower urinary tract, bladder damage occupies a leading place. In addition to the important clinical significance, this disease is also a social problem, due to the fact that the main symptom complex of the pathology gives patients serious inconvenience in everyday life, restricting their freedom […]

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Cats and paracetamol

A sad incident that occurred just the other day. A pug was admitted for treatment, in which there was a tumor on the paw and a scheduled operation was prescribed. Before the day of the operation, there were several days and the dog was prescribed maintenance treatment, giving injections with him, among which was an […]

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