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What are the symptoms associated with south american trypanosomiasis?

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Dr. Alan Ali
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In brief: SA Trypanosomiasis

Also called chagas disease.
Is caused by parasites trypanosoma cruzi. Symptoms are fatigue, fever, large liver/spleen/lymph nodes, swelling on one side of an eye where bite occured, rash, diarrhea, loss of appetite, vomiting. Several years later, may develop heart failure.

In brief: SA Trypanosomiasis

Also called chagas disease.
Is caused by parasites trypanosoma cruzi. Symptoms are fatigue, fever, large liver/spleen/lymph nodes, swelling on one side of an eye where bite occured, rash, diarrhea, loss of appetite, vomiting. Several years later, may develop heart failure.
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