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Trichinella

Trichinellosis is a foodborne parasitic disease caused by the nematode,Trichinella spiralis. Human infection occurs following consumption of raw or undercooked meat infected with viable Trichinella larvae. In recent years, proportionally fewer cases…

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Carbohydrate…

Normal transferrin molecules contain 4 sialic acid residues. Chronic alcohol consumption causes a decrease in sialylation, leading to increased quantities of disialo- and asialotransferrin. Carbohydrate deficient transferrin (CDT) is used as a serum…

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Cervical Cancer…

Cervical cancer incidence and mortality have decreased significantly since the 1960s due to widespread screening. Today, most cases of cervical cancer occur in women who have not been adequately screened. The United States Preventive Services Task…