treponematosis


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treponematosis

[‚trep·ə‚nē·mə′tō·səs]
(medicine)
Infection caused by any species of the genus Treponema. Also known as treponemiasis.
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Treponematosis was clinically diagnosed based on characteristic clinical symptoms and dark field microscopy.
One female rabbit that died showed consolidated lungs, multifocal hemorrhages and ulcers on mucosa of glandular stomach, mottled liver and blood mixed exudate in intestine in addition to lesions associated with Treponematosis.
Keywords: Australian Aborigine, treponematosis, northwest Queensland, skeletal remains, burial practice
New World indigenous people experienced malnutrition, tuberculosis, treponematosis, a variety of zoonoses, environmental pathogens, osteoarthritis, debilitating trauma, as well as degenerative conditions.
Llamase treponematosis a las infecciones cronicas causadas por dos especies y tres subespecies de la bacteria del genero Treponema: T.
En relacion con la presencia de enfermedades infecciosas, determino mediante metodos y tecnicas histologicas y de la biologia molecular, junto a Bernardo Arriaza, Willmar Salo y colaboradores, la presencia de diversas bacterias, en particular la Mycobacterium tuberculosis y el Treponema responsables de la tuberculosis y de la treponematosis respectivamente, infecciones cronicas que afectan a los individuos dejando claras marcas en algunos huesos del esqueleto (Ortner y Putschar 1981).
To the Editor: Endemic syphilis, also known as bejel, is a nonvenereal treponematosis with onset in early childhood; the disease is caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum subsp.
There is convincing skeletal evidence for the presence of pre-Columbian treponematosis in the Northeast (Elting and Starna 1984; cf.
The most frequent acute infectious diseases correspond to pneumonia, whereas chronic pathologies included periostitis, treponematosis, osteitis, parasitic infections, and signs of nutritional stress evidenced by orbital sieve and hypoplastic lines.
Tambien se ha diagnosticado en el postcraneo de restos humanos momificados, como huesos largos, vertebras, omoplatos y costillas, condiciones morbidas asociadas con cuadros de neumonia, sarampion, influenza, varicela, treponematosis, hiperostosis, neumoconiosis silicosa y deficiencias nutricionales severas, las cuales habrian afectado a poblaciones arqueologicas que habitaron la costa y valles de Arica entre 7.
Given documentation of yaws on Guam by Stewart and Spoehr (1952) and regional population characterization, the only meaningful question is if there is evidence for pre-Columbian existence of any treponematosis other than yaws in the South Pacific.