How To Diagnose Patients?
Slmt mlm, I want to ask? How is the mechanism or mechanism to diagnose patients affected by Trematode intestinal disease, liver and blood
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Trematodes include a type of parasite that is included as a group of worms whose infection is entering the body through the mouth or skin. When seen, the worm is included as a suction worm that has a tissue to attach to the organs of its host. In general, trematodes possess several species such as
liver worm (fasciola hepatica) which has a host of snails, sheep, saspi and primary hosts in herbivorous animals and humans especially will infect the liver from the host
clonorchis sinensis (chinese liver fluke) lives in an intermediate host in the form of snails and fish which will then be eaten by humans and infect primarily in the liver
shistosoma is a suction worm that causes disturbances, especially in the gastrointestinal tract in the form of abdominal pain, diarrhea and disorders of the urinary tract where worms are found in snails and then infect human skin will enter the human body and invade the digestive tract and urinary tract to lay eggs
To estimate the diagnosis, it can usually be initially detected by complaints experienced by the patient and then a physical examination by a doctor, then usually will be carried out supporting tests by using several methods such as blood samples, stool or urine samples. Here you can see parasites or see antibodies that increase because of parasites. If it is not enough, it can be done further by endoscopic examination using a thin tube to check the digestive tract.
Some things that are used to prevent infection are
Wash your hands before eating
Cook food thoroughly
Water consumption is not raw water
More information in the following article.
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