Protozoan Diseases

Protozoa are one of the three principle classes of parasites that cause illnesses in people. They are single-celled creature, and must be seen under a microscope. When they attack a human they can duplicate effortlessly, which causes them to be at an awesome preferred standpoint and puts people off guard. This helps them get by in the human body and causes a genuine disease even with the entry of a single protozoon. Infections caused by protozoa are contagious. Those protozoa that have occupied the human digestive tract can be transmitted from one human to the next by means of the oral route, for example, through sharing substances the infected person has touched and through direct individual to individual contact. Protozoa living in the blood or tissue can be transmitted through a third source, for example, a mosquito. Diseases are effortlessly transmitted and persons conveying this parasite should avoid interactions with others, particularly those with compromised and weakened immune systems.

 

  • Antiprotozoal agents‎
  • Veterinary protozoology

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