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    7   comparative diagnosis 7 comparative diagnosis Presentation Transcript

    • TYPHOID AND
    • TYPHOID
    • CONCEPT• infectious disease the mechanism of caused by Salmonella transmission is fecal-oral typhi (bacillus Eberthq)
    • TYPHOID CYCLE
    • CARLOS CHAGASChagas disease, alsoknown as Americantrypanosomiasis, is atropical parasiticdisease caused by theflagellate protozoanTrypanosoma cruzi. It is characterized because is a parasites that can seriously injure the heart and the digestive and nervous system.
    • Are estimated to be infected with Chagas disease between 15 and 17 million people each year, of which about 50,000 die.Poorest ruralareas of Latin United States America
    • • One of the 13 most neglectedWHO tropical diseases in the world. • Disease of poverty.PAHO
    • Trypanosoma cruzi, the causative agent of the disease, is a member of the genus Trypanosoma, which is thesame genus as the infectious agent that causes African sleeping sickness (African trypanosomiasis).
    • Signs and different symptomsSigns and symptoms of typhoid fever• Heavy sweating. • There leukopenia and relative lymphocytosis eosinopenia
    • • Delirium is frequent (Thisdelirium gives to typhoidfever called nerve). intestinal bleeding due to congestion of the Peyers patches (serious but not necessarily fatal).
    • • Signs and Symptoms of Chagas DiseaseThe sign of Romagna is characteristic ofChagas disease acute infection and swelling of the eye
    • • local cutaneous nodule called chagoma inoculation.The patient can develop unilateralperiorbital edema, conjunctivitis andpreauricular lymphadenitis
    • DIAGNOSIS