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Pathogenesis of human African trypanosomiasis



Pathogenesis of human African trypanosomiasis



The trypanosomiases: 283-301



This chapter describes the initial responses and pathologies in non-nervous body systems of patients with African trypanosomiasis (caused by Trypanosoma rhodesiense or T. gambiense), as well as the manifestations of associated endocrine dysfunction. The immunopathology and neuropathology of African trypanosomiasis in animal models and humans are discussed.

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