microsporidiosis


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microsporidiosis

[‚mī·krō·spə‚rid·ē′ō·səs]
(veterinary medicine)
Infection with microsporidians.
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Microsporidiosis acquired through solid organ transplantation: a public health investigation.
Diseases routinely monitored include mycobacteriosis, and microsporidiosis, as well as fresh water velvet disease arising from parasitism by Piscinoodinium.
Laboratory cohabitation challenge model for shrimp hepatopancreatic microsporidiosis (HPM) caused by Enterocytozoon hepatopenaei (EHP).
Disseminated microsporidiosis (Encephalitozoon hellem) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
Microsporidiosis is caused by Microsporidia, which have been recognized as opportunistic pathogens for humans and animals [1, 2].
Pritt, "Extraintestinal microsporidiosis," Journal of Clinical Microbiology, vol.
CD4+ Count Disorder <500 Kaposi's sarcoma cells/[mm.sup.3] Lymphoma <250 Tuberculosis cells/[mm.sup.3] Pneumocystis carinii <100 Toxoplasmosis cells/[mm.sup.3] Retinal/Conjunctival microvasculopathy Cytomegalovirus retinitis Keratoconjunctivitis sicca Varicella zoster virus retinitis Mycobacterium avium complex infection Cryptococcosis Microsporidiosis HIV encephalopathy Progressive multifocal leucoencephalopathy The need of the hour is an understanding of ocular sequelae of HIV infection leading to an early diagnosis of AIDS, which along with an early and effective treatment might be able to reduce ocular and general morbidity and mortality in AIDS.
Changes of the antioxidant status and system of generation of free radicals in hemolymph of Galleria mellonella larvae at microsporidiosis. J.
Intestinal Microsporidiosis Prevalence in Children With Severe Malnutrition at a Hospital in the City of Maracaibo
Cryptosporidiosis and microsporidiosis in ugandan children with persistent diarrhea with and without concurrent infection with the human immunodeficiency virus.
Some infections identified at CDC as novel associations with solid organ transplants include West Nile virus (WNV), lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus, rabies, Balamuthia, and microsporidiosis (9-11).
Orenstein, "Encephalitozoon cuniculi microsporidiosis: infection of the brain, heart, kidneys, trachea, adrenal glands, and urinary bladder in a patient with AIDS," Modern Pathology, vol.