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Cryptosporidiosis, also known as crypto, is a parasitic disease caused by Cryptosporidium, a protozoan parasite in the phylum Apicomplexa. It affects the intestines of mammals and is typically an acute short-term infection....
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Cryptosporidium is a coccidian protozoan parasite that has gained much attention ... For several decades, Cryptosporidium was thought to be a rare, opportunistic ...
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What is Cryptosporidium ? Cryptosporidium (crip-toe-spor-ID-ee-um) is a ... The dormant (inactive) form of Cryptosporidium , called an oocyst (0-o-sist), is ...
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Fact sheet with information on symptoms and prevention measures ... Cryptosporidium is a one-celled parasite that can cause a gastrointestinal ...
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Can cryptosporidium be spread other than by drinking water? ... What Water Utilities Can Do to Minimize Public Exposure to Cryptosporidium in Drinking Water ...
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What is Cryptosporidium ? Cryptosporidium (krip-toh-spo-rid-ee-um) ... Outside of a host, Cryptosporidium lives in a hard, protective shell called an oocyst. ...
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Cryptosporidium infection — Comprehensive overview covers signs, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of this diarrheal disease.
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Cryptosporidium. is transmitted via the fecal-oral route. ... Cryptosporidium. can be killed by bringing water to a full, rolling boil ... Cryptosporidium ...
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Cryptosporidium parasitic infection in birds and other animals. ... Cryptosporidium infections have been reported from a variety of wild and ...
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Learn about Cryptosporidiosis and its public health significance. ... Many species of Cryptosporidium exist that infect humans and a wide range of animals. ...
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Provides basic facts about cryptosporidium parvum. ... Cryptosporidium parvum, a single-celled animal, i.e., a protozoa, is an obligate ... Cryptosporidium sp. ...
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cryptosporidium n. A protozoan of the genus Cryptosporidium that is an intestinal parasite in humans and other vertebrates and sometimes causes
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Cryptosporidium: A Particularly Nasty Type of Coccidia ... Cryptosporidium oocysts are so small that they are very difficult to detect ...
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Cryptosporidium, known as Crypto for short, is the main character in the series. ... His name comes from the Cryptosporidium protist. ... Cryptosporidium ...
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Two to ten days after Cryptosporidium is swallowed, symptoms such as watery ... After infection, Cryptosporidium can be passed in feces for up to 2 months, and ...
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Cryptosporidiosis, an infection with the Cryptosporidium parasite, can follow drinking contaminated water and often leads to a few weeks of diarrhea, stomach cramps, ...
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Tags: Cryptosporidium Watch, ... Treatment Emerges As Way To Fight Cryptosporidium ... Tags: Cryptosporidium Information, New York, atg UV Technology, water ...
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The Johnson County, Kansas, Environmental Department protects you and your environmentl. ... Infection with Cryptosporidium, known as cryptosporidiosis (also ...
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