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  1. photo Breaking: CNN – Worms Can Invade Your Brain from Eating This Common FoodBreaking: CNN – Worms Can Invade Your Brain from Eating This Common FoodTreatment
    be pretty effective. These drugs are commonly used in the treatment of schistosomiasis, or snail fever. Other drugs commonly used in the treatment of cancer may be used in the treatment of such infectionsRead more
  2. photo Breaking: CNN – Worms Can Invade Your Brain from Eating This Common FoodBreaking: CNN – Worms Can Invade Your Brain from Eating This Common FoodTreatment
    , such as praziqantil, that could be very effective. These drugs are used against schistosomiasis (snail fever).  Also certain drugs used against cancer were identified as potential treatments. The treatmentsRead more
  3. What are eosinophils and the causes for count changesTreatment
    , dermatitis, eczema; Parasitoses by worms, such as ascaridiasis, toxocariasis, ancylostomiasis, oxyuriasis, schistosomiasis, among others; Infections, such as typhoid fever, tuberculosis, aspergillosisRead more
  4. Remedies for each type of parasitic worm and how to take themTreatment
    , urticaria. 10. Praziquantel It is an antiparasitic used to treat infections such as schistosomiasis, teniasis and cysticercosis, causing the paralysis of the worm, which is then killed by the action of theRead more
  5. 9 symptoms of parasitic worms and their treatmentTreatment
    helminths, such as those that cause ascariasis, schistosomiasis, and teniasis.  Usually these worms cause symptoms such as abdominal pain, swelling, anal itching, diarrhea interspersed with constipationRead more
  6. photo Symptoms of liver diseaseSymptoms of liver diseaseTreatment
    use of medications and diseases such as hepatitis, cirrhosis, ascites, schistosomiasis and portal hypertension. If you want to know your chances of having this disease, point out your symptomsRead more

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Schistosomiasis

Disease

Schistosomiasis /ˌʃistəsɵˈmaɪəsəs/ (also known as bilharzia, snail fever, and Katayama fever) is a disease caused by parasitic worms of the Schistosoma type. It may infect the urinary tract or intestines. Signs and symptoms may include abdominal pain, diarrhea, bloody stool, or blood in the urine. In those who have been infected a long time, liver damage, kidney failure, infertility, or bladder...More