'Sleeping Sickness' Human African Trypanosomiasis

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Title: 'Sleeping Sickness' Human African Trypanosomiasis
 
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If untreated the disease slowly overcomes the defences of the infected person, and symptoms spread to anaemia, endocrine problems and cardiovascular and kidney disorders. The disease then enters the neurological phase when the trypanosome parasite passes through the blood brain barrier, which phases into the second stage of the African trypanosomiasis...
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It begins after a few weeks of being infected. African trypanosomiasis has a clear delineated phase in which the predominant symptoms involve the brain. This involves the nervous system, which affects the patient's speech, the mental process slows down, and the patient sits and stares for long periods of time, or sleeps...
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African American Problems   Violence against South African Women and the Spread of AIDS   Aandp Kidney Problems   Cardiovascular Disease   Prevent The Spread Of Disease By Washing Your Hands   The War of Cardiovascular Disease   Sleeping Disorders   Sleeping Disorders   'Sleeping Sickness' Human African Trypanosomiasis   Cardiovascular Disease: Atherosclerosis and Hypertension   Kidney Disease   Lyme Disease Symptoms & Characteristics   Risk Factors for Cardiovascular disease   Cardiovascular Disease   Sleeping Disorders  
 
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