Parasitology & Infectious Diseases

Parasites are organisms that feed on and survive off of other organisms, including your body. They can be acquired by sexual contact, contaminated water or food, or even an insect bite. While some parasite infections are straightforward to treat, others are difficult. The size of parasites can range from tiny protozoa, which are one-celled organisms, to big, observable worms. Infecting humans are parasitic parasites known as human parasites. Plants and warm-blooded animals are not exempt from the effects of parasitic infections. The study of parasitic illnesses, as well as those brought on by fungi and bacteria, is known as parasitology.

Microorganisms, usually referred to as germs, are present in the air, soil, and water. You can find germs in your body and on your skin. A lot of them are risk-free, and a few of them might even be helpful. Some of them, nevertheless, have the capacity to make you ill. infectious diseases caused by microbes.

  • Track 1-1 Medical parasitology
  • Track 2-2 Immunology and Host Specificity
  • Track 3-3 Control of Parasitic Disease
  • Track 4-4 Ecology and Epidemiology

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