A Long Way to Healthing (rare nonclassical human diseases)

  • V. E. Kazmirchuk Limited Liability Company "Institute of Immunology, Allergology and Rehabilitation"
Keywords: helminths, immunity, schistosomiasis, anisacidosis, akariasis, aspergillus, onchocerciasis

Abstract

Thus, the cases of nonclassic rare diseases listed in the article require special attention to various parasitic diseases. Often, under the guise of an unknown idiopathic pathology with allergic, autoimmune manifestations, various parasitic diseases can be concealed, requiring the doctor to carefully collect anamnesis and diagnosis. Treatment of patients should begin with the search for an etiological factor at any level, starting with the family doctor. Until the pathogen treatment is identified, it can not be effective.

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2018-06-27
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Kazmirchuk, V. E. (2018). A Long Way to Healthing (rare nonclassical human diseases). Likarsʹka Sprava, (3-4), 14-22. https://doi.org/10.31640/3-4.2018(2)
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