COMMON INTERNAL PARASITES AND THEIR TAXONOMY AMONG YOUNG CHILDREN IN UZBEKISTAN

Authors

  • K. T. Ismoilov Assistant of the Department of Medical Bioligy, Samarkand State Medical University
  • Z. D. Hasanov Student of the 101st Group of the Medical Faculty of Samarkand State Medical University
  • M. J. Maydonov Student of the 101st Group of the Medical Faculty of Samarkand State Medical University
  • F. F. Neymatov Student of the 101st Group of the Medical Faculty of Samarkand State Medical University
  • A. D. G’oyibov Student of the 101st Group of the Medical Faculty of Samarkand State Medical University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/GKQ7W

Keywords:

Biohelminthiasis, geohelminthiasis, contagious

Abstract

Infectious and parasitic diseases are still an important problem in the health care system of the republic. Small worms that live at the expense of organs and tissues of humans and animals are worms (helminths), and the diseases they cause are called helminthiases. Human helminthiasis has been known since ancient times and accounts for 90% of all parasitic diseases. The source of the disease are sick people and animals infected with worms .

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2022-06-27

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