parasitemia


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parasitemia

[‚par·ə·si′tē·mē·ə]
(medicine)
The presence of parasites in the blood.
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In this case, stating that parasitemia occurred by toxoplasmosis reactivation due to either recrudescence of the encysted bradyzoites or the acute phase of an infection is uncertain.
After treatment, his parasitemia declined to 1,269/[micro]L at 32 hours, 488/[micro]L at 41 hours, and 55/[micro]L at 56 hours.
Los resultados se expresaron como el promedio y desviacion estandar de parasitemia del grupo, de acuerdo al metodo descrito por De Arias y Ferro (1988).
12 Likewise, it has been demonstrated that at low parasitemia level when a microscopist missed a parasite, PCR recognized the DNA as it is observed to have the capacity to distinguish as low as 0.
En este estudio, cinco grupos experimentales de animales recibieron una dosis oral unica de 10 mg/feg del compuesto dos horas antes de ser inoculados con el parasito y se hicieron controles de la parasitemia los dias 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 15, 21 y 31.
Parasitemia is one of the important factor indicating prognosis in malaria.
Complete recovery from parasitemia and symptoms were achieved 4 weeks post treatment.
For successful management, the authors emphasize the importance of knowing the following: the species type, the parasitemia density, the pattern of drug resistance where the infection was acquired, whether the case meets criteria as 'severe' (Table 1) and whether oral medications can be tolerated.
405)]), parasitemia y NTL no difirieron de la distribucion normal de acuerdo a las pruebas de Shapiro-Wilk (n < 90) y Kolmogorov-Smirnov (n > 90; PROC UNIVARIATE NORMAL PLOT).
Anaemia was normocytic and normochromic in 65 % of cases and it correlated with degree of parasitemia.
La parasitemia fue observada individualmente cada 2 dias por microscopia directa a 400X, contando los parasitos en 5 [micron]L de sangre obtenida de la cola.