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Trypanosoma cruzi

Chaga’s disease is caused by the parasite, Trypanosoma cruzi. As many as 11 million persons in Mexico and in Central and South America carry the parasite and serve as a potential source of transfusion transmitted disease. More cases of Chagas…

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Mycobacterium…

Mycobacterium kansasii is a slow growing photochromogen, an organism that grows unpigmented colonies in the dark but produces a bright lemon yellow pigment upon exposed to light. It is also an acid-fast positive long bacillus that causes TB-like…

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Subclinical…

The causes of subclinical hyperthyroidism are the same as the causes of overt hyperthyroidism. The potential clinical consequences of subclinical hyperthyroidism include progression to overt hyperthyroidism, cardiovascular conditions, bone loss,…