Cyclospora cayetanensis

The coccidian parasite Cyclospora cayetanensis was recently identified as a human intestinal pathogen. Schneider identified it in 1881, and Ashford reported it as a human infection in 1979. Cyclosporiasis, which is caused by ingestion of sporulated oocysts in contaminated food or water, has been identified as a primary source of …

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Entamoeba histolytica

Amebic colitis, amebic dysentery, and extraintestinal amebiasis are some of common disease or disorder names. Humans are infected by this ameba. It can cause flask-shaped lesions and bloody diarrhea by infecting the mucosa of the colon.The trophozoite secretes lyticenzymes, which can spread to other tissues, including the liver, resulting in …

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