Malaria

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by JorgePerez001
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Malaria

The risk of infection varies depending on the itinerary, travel time, the time of year (rainy season, temperature ...), population immunity, distribution of places where mosquitoes and the prevalence of the different species are bred. In man transmission occurs through the bite of the female Anopheles mosquito. It is especially active from dusk to dawn. It is also transmitted through blood transfusions or infected needles. Another cause, unlikely, it is at airports or nearby. If a mosquito is "school" on a plane from an endemic area and escape on a scale might sting Sites.

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The Malaria is an infection of red blood cells caused by Plasmodium, a single-celled organism. This infection is one of the oldest diseases. There is evidence suggesting its presence in prehistoric man and as described in Egyptian papyri and Chinese myths, which is defined as the joint action of three demons.

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General discomfort headache intense fatigue abdominal discomfort muscle aches Fever and chills


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