Introduction: Parasitic Conditions


Parasitic Conditions: There are many different sizes of parasites including single-celled protozoa and multi-celled parasites like worms, flukes, and even insects. Some other small parasitic creatures are called filaria, richettsias and spirochettes. Fungi and yeasts are parasitic plants.

Parasitic Conditions: A parasite is a living being or organism that exists by depending on another organism. Parasites that infect humans are much more widespread than many people realize. These diseases affect not only poverty-stricken peoples in remote areas of the world, but they also can be important health problems for rich and poor throughout the world, including the United States.1

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         Contents for Parasitic Conditions:

1. excerpt from Parasitic Roundworm Diseases, NIAID Fact Sheet: NIAID

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