Why might Gnathostoma spinigerum infections be more common in women?
#99205. Asked by BRY2K. (Sep 06 08 4:24 AM)
Human gnathostomiasis is a common parasitic disease of adults and older children throughout Southeast Asia that usually results from the ingestion of raw or undercooked meat containing third-stage larvae of G. spinigerum.
This quiz involves some of the viral infections that became history after the development of proper vaccines like poliomyelitis infection.It also involves some viral infections that we still suffer from like hepatitis.
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