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IJMDC. 2017; 1(2): 72-77

Parasites in central nervous system

Amal Ahmed Mohamed, Asmaa Mohamed Mansour.


Parasites are different organisms that can be classified into single-cell organisms and multicellular organisms. Complications caused by parasites affect both children and adults in high number. Some parasites cause diseases with symptoms and other cause no symptoms. Parasites can be present in unusual places such as in central nervous system (CNS). The parasitic infections of CNS are sources of mortality and morbidity.

Key words: CNS parasites, malaria, Schistosoma

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