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Parasitology of the Human Colorectoanal Tract

  • A. A. Poltera
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Abstract

In this chapter some common parasitic diseases of the colorectoanal tract (CRAT) are discussed. The term “parasite” is strictly used for protozoa (unicellular organisms) and metazoa (helminths) [4]. There are special chapters in this book for infections caused by bacteria, fungi, and viruses (Chaps. 4, 28, 29).

Keywords

Adult Worm Rectal Prolapse Entamoeba Histolytica Schistosoma Japonicum Echinococcus Granulosus 
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