Tuesday , January 28 2020


Ascaris lumbricoides (roundworm):Clinical features,Investigations,Management,Prevention

Ascaris lumbricoides (roundworm) This pale yellow nematode is 20–35 cm long. Humans are infected by eating food contaminated with mature ova. Ascaris larvae hatch in the duodenum, migrate through the lungs, ascend the bronchial tree, are swallowed and mature in the small intestine. This tissu migration can provoke both local …

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Daily aspirin use could decrease risk of definite types of cancer

According to an American study, a low regular dose of aspirin could reduce the risk of  growing particular types of cancer or dying from the distemper. The experiment was recently presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research in Washington, DC. Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital …

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