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Trichocephalosis



Etiology, pathogenesis. The causative agent is a whipworm, parasitic in the human large intestine. The lifespan of a claw parasite is about 5 years. The whipworm injures the intestinal mucosa and is hematophagous, which contributes to the inoculation of microflora, the whipworm causes reflex reactions in other organs of the abdominal cavity. The products of their exchange are sensitized in the body.

Clinic. Patients are worried about drooling, lowering (less often - increasing) appetite, pain in the right side of the abdomen and epigastric region, nausea, constipation or diarrhea, headache, restless sleep, dizziness, irritability, moderate hypochromic anemia and small leukocytosis .
At low intensity, invasion with vlasogram is not clinically manifested.

The diagnosis is made when detecting in the feces of eggs slag.

Treatment. Prescribed antihelminthic therapy (mebendazole and other drugs). Pre-patient put cleansing enema.

Forecast. The prognosis is favorable.

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Trichocephalosis

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  2. Trichocephalosis of ruminants
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