Importance of Nonenteric Protozoan Infections in Immunocompromised People
- American Society for Microbiology
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- Clinical Microbiology Reviews, 2010, 23 (4), pp. 795 - 836
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There are many neglected nonenteric protozoa able to cause serious morbidity and mortality in humans, particularly in the developing world. Diseases caused by certain protozoa are often more severe in the presence of HIV. While information regarding neglected tropical diseases caused by trypanosomatids and Plasmodium is abundant, these protozoa are often not a first consideration in Western countries where they are not endemic.
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