Giardiasis-small intestine infection


Giardiasis, beaver fever, or giardial infection, is an infection of the digestive system. Some people will develop severe abdominal discomfort and diarrhea, but others have no symptoms. It is caused by parasite, a single-celled organism called Giardia lamblia. Giardiasis occurs all over the world.

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Liver fluke: Symptoms and treatment

Liver flukes are parasites that can cause disease in humans and some animals. Liver flukes cannot be spread from person to person. Instead, people and animals get infected with liver flukes by eating contaminated fish or drinking contaminated water. People can only become infected by drinking water or eating fish from places where liver flukes live.

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