Special Issue "Epidemiology, Diagnosis and Clinical Management of Human Parasitic Infections"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 29 February 2024 | Viewed by 3543
Interests: chagas’s disease; leishmaniasis; molecular biology
Anthropogenic movements result in modifications of the wild natural habitat, such as the destruction of forest areas, the introduction of domestic animals and the alteration of sanitation conditions. Global-warming-related changes can lead to the uncontrolled proliferation and dispersion of arthropod vectors of parasitic infectious diseases, such as malaria, Chagas disease and leishmaniasis. Others parasitic diseases associated with poor sanitation conditions include giardiasis, toxoplasmosis and diseases caused by helminths and flatworms. Considering the diversity of biomes, investigation into the eco-epidemiological and evolutionary relationships among parasites is critical for the detection, prevention and clinical management of parasitic infectious diseases.
Dr. Marcia Aparecida Speranca
Dr. Aline Diniz Cabral
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- parasitic infectious diseases
- clinical management