parasitemia


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parasitemia

[‚par·ə·si′tē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
The presence of parasites in the blood.
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Serial peripheral blood smears showed the following consecutive parasitemia values over a 13-day period: 25%-30%, 3.5%, 2%, 1.8%, 0.5%, <0.1%, and 0%.
Parasitemia was monitored daily smears made from tail blood fixed with absolute methanol and Giemsa's reagent.
Although arterial hypertension may positively modulate inflammation, which in turn controls circulating parasites, we observed no significant difference between parasitemia of 2K1C rats and Sham animals (Figure 1A).
The percentage suppression of parasitemia (PSP) for each plant extract was calculated as [21]
cruzi, they increase Th1-type immune response, resulting in decreased parasitemia and mortality and increased cardiac inflammatory reaction, although these effects are observed in late stages of acute or in chronic phase [21, 22].
rTcENO or pBKTcENO Immunizations Reduce the Parasitemia, but Only Mice Immunized with rTcENO Survive after Challenge with T.
However, the hematological and biochemical parameters remained within the normal range in this case, even during parasitemia.