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Babesiosis
(Babesiasis; Piroplasmosis)


A group of tick-borne diseases of mammals including zoonoses in humans. They are caused by PROTOZOANS of the genus babesia, which parasitize erythrocytes, producing hemolysis. In the U.S., the organism's natural host is mice and transmission is by the deer tick ixodes SCAPULARIS.

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<b>Babesiosis</b>
Babesiosis
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Human patients with <b>babesiosis</b>
Human patients with babesiosis
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Life cycle of <b>Babesia</b> microti
Life cycle of Babesia microti
www.cdc.gov

<b>Babesia</b> sp. in a thin blood
Babesia sp. in a thin blood
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<b>Babesiosis</b>
Babesiosis
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<b>Babesiosis</b>: Introduction
Babesiosis: Introduction
www.stanford.edu

Ciclo de vida de <b>Babesia</b> canis
Ciclo de vida de Babesia canis
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Human <b>Babesiosis</b>
Human Babesiosis
www.tickencounter.org

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Babesia divergensBabesiosisPhenamidinePiroplasmosisOutline of ConnecticutStylidium divergensMaltese cross (optics)Maltese cross (disambiguation)Euxoa divergensHyposmocoma divergens

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