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Pneumonia

Pneumonia: Disease Causes Serious Lung Problems What It Is Pneumonia is an infection that occurs in the lungs, and in many cases it can also affect the region of the pulmonary alveoli. Characteristics of the disease Its main triggering agent is through the penetration of a pathogen or irritant (bacteria, viruses, fungi and allergic reactions).
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Infectious Books

Bibliographic indication for the study of Infectious Diseases Bibliography (indication of books on Environmental Infectious Diseases): Infectious Diseases Author: Baldacci, Evandro R. et al. Themes: Health, Infectious Diseases, Medicine Infectious Nursing Author: Colombrini, Maria R.
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Human parasites

Parasite Brugia malayi (worm): Cause of Filariasis What is parasites - biological definition Parasites are living things that extract the resources needed for their survival from other organisms. There are several species of these beings that parasitize humans. Some are harmless, but many cause serious illness.
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Botulism Bacteria: Microscope Image Introduction Bacteria are unicellular microorganisms (made up of only one cell). Many of them cause disease in humans and animals. They are microscopic beings and therefore need powerful microscopes to be visualized. They are usually transmitted through secretions from the human body, contaminated water, contaminated food, condomless sexual contact, air, etc.
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Rotavirus - Rotavirus

Rotavirus (microscope image) What is Rotavirus is an infectious disease caused by the virus of the genus rotavirus. It most severely affects children under the age of five. Symptoms Its main symptoms are severe diarrhea, vomiting and high fever. In adults such symptoms may present more mildly.
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Orchids

Orchid: Exotic and Beautiful Flower Introduction (what they are) Orchids are plants and flowers of the orchid family of the order of microsperms. They are typical of tropical regions, although they can be found on all continents except Antarctica. Brazil, for example, is a country where we find a large quantity and variety of orchids.
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