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The role of lambliosis in human’s patology

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Lambliosis is a widespread parasite of mammalian species, including humans. Lambliosis caused by the intestinal pritozoan parasite Lamblia intestinalis. Today eight major genetic groups have been identified, two of which are found in both human and animals. Lambliosis is zoonotic infection. The dogs, cats and beavers are take part in transmission of lambliosis. A participation of some hoofed animals in transmission infection are discussed. The factors of transmission are water, foods, especially milks products and everydays contacts. The sexually transmission infection is disсussed. Lambliosis coursed as asymptomatic, subclinical and with clinical symptomatics. The main clinical syndroms are painful, dyspeptic, asteno-neurotic and allergodermatological. The some atipic for lambliosis symptomes (ophthalmologic changes, growth retardation in children, a cause of hypokalemic myopathy in congenital immunodeficiency with lambliosis, severe systemic symptoms and marked hypereosinophilia, eosinophilic ascites and enterocolitis and others nospecifi c symptoms) are obsered. The metod of diagnosis, treatment and profi lactic is discussed.

About the Author

N. I. Tumolskaya
I.M. Sechenov First MSMU
Russian Federation

Nelly Ignatievna Tumolskaya, MD, parasitologist, prof. of the Institute of medical parasitology and tropical medicine named after E.I. Martsinovsky

20 M. Pirogovskaya str., Moscow, 119435

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