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194 Possible Causes for Hookworm Infection

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  • Traumatic Hemolytic Anemia

    Excess hemolysis in subjects with severe iron deficiency anemia associated and nonassociated hookworm infection. Blood 1965;25:73-91. 23.[annsaudimed.net]

  • Schistosomiasis Japonica

    IDA was markedly more prevalent in subjects with medium- or high-intensity hookworm infection than in those with low-intensity or no hookworm infection, even after adjustment[ajcn.nutrition.org] , age, sex, menstruation, SES, and hookworm infection (adjusted mean difference: 2.5; 95% CI: 4.0, 1.0).[ajcn.nutrition.org] This association was evident across all infection intensities and after adjustment for the confounding effects of SES and concomitant hookworm infection.[ajcn.nutrition.org]

  • Legionellosis

    Anaemia Arsenicosis Ascariasis Botulism Campylobacteriosis Cholera Cryptosporiodiosis Cyanobacterial toxins Dengue Diarrhoea Dracunculiasis Fluorosis Giardiasis Hepatitis Hookworm[lenntech.com] infection Japanese encephalitis Lead poisoning Legionellosis Leptospirosis Lymphatic filariasis Malaria Malnutrition Methaemoglobinemia Onchocerciasis Polio Ring Worm or[lenntech.com]

  • Helminthiasis

    Hookworm infection Itching and a localized rash are often the first signs of hookworm infection. These symptoms occur when the larvae penetrate the skin.[atm.eisai.co.jp] The three major causes of intestinal parasitism in the Philippines are: - ascariasis or roundworm infection - trichuriasis or whipworm infection -and hookworm infection.[doh.gov.ph] Earlier studies in the US suggested that freedom from hookworm infection raised lifetime income up to 45%.[ntdenvision.org]

  • Folic Acid Deficiency

    infection (76.2% at baseline to 23.0%) in the same period.[emedicine.medscape.com] […] presence of anemia from 37.5% of the women at baseline to 19.3% at 12 months. [18] Iron deficiency was also reduced, from 22.8% at baseline to 9.3% by 12 months, as well as hookworm[emedicine.medscape.com]

  • Ancylostoma Caninum

    A.: Blood loss during hookworm infection, determined by erythrocyte labeling with radioactive 51 chromium. I.[link.springer.com] This species, which belongs to the group of parasites most closely related to C. elegans , is a widely used model for hookworm infection.[parasite.wormbase.org] J.: Hookworm infection and anaemia. Quart. J. Med. 33 , 1–24 (1964). Google Scholar Hodes, P. J., Keefer, G. P.: Hookworm disease. A small intestinal study. Amer. J.[link.springer.com]

  • Hookworm Infection

    In infants especially, Hookworm Infection can be fatal.[medic8.com] Hookworm infection is rarely fatal, but anaemia can be significant if there is heavy infection.[patient.info] Symptoms of a hookworm infection Most people infected with hookworm don't have any symptoms.[nhs.uk]

  • Erythema Nodosum

    Dermatophytosis Drugs such as sulphonylureas , gold and oral contraceptives Francisella tularensis Hepatitis Herpes simplex Histoplasmosis Hodgkin's Lymphoma can precede the diagnosis Hookworm[wikidoc.org] infection Infectious mononucleosis Leprosymay closely resemble erythema nodosum but the histological findings are different Leptospirosis Leukemia Milker's nodule Mycobacterium[wikidoc.org]

  • Ancylostomiasis

    Ancylostomiasis is infection with the hookworm Ancylostoma duodenale or Necator americanus .[msdmanuals.com] Hookworm infections include ancylostomiasis and necatoriasis.[en.wikipedia.org] Diagrammatic Representation Of Hookworms And Whipworms Source Ancylostomiasis Hookworm infection is prevalent in hot damp areas throughout the tropics and subtropics.[hubpages.com]

  • Giardiasis

    Anaemia Arsenicosis Ascariasis Botulism Campylobacteriosis Cholera Cryptosporiodiosis Cyanobacterial toxins Dengue Diarrhoea Dracunculiasis Fluorosis Giardiasis Hepatitis Hookworm[lenntech.com] infection Japanese encephalitis Lead poisoning Legionellosis Leptospirosis Lymphatic filariasis Malaria Malnutrition Methaemoglobinemia Onchocerciasis Polio Ring Worm or[lenntech.com]

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