Causes of Cryptosporiosis
Primary Cause of Cryptosporiosis
The primary cause of Cryptosporiosis is the result:
- of eating food from an animal infected with an infectious agent, or from food that is contaminated from the food handler (who is infected with Cryptosporiosis), or from contaminated soil or water, or from toxins produced by an infectious organism.
- of transmission of an infectious agent by another person by one or more of the following:
saliva, air, cough, fecal-oral route, surfaces, blood, needles, blood transfusions, sexual contact, mother to fetus, etc.
Cryptosporiosis Causes: Risk Factors
The following conditions have been cited in various
sources as potentially causal risk factors
related to Cryptosporiosis:
Cryptosporiosis: Related Medical Conditions
To research the causes of Cryptosporiosis, consider researching the causes of these
these diseases that may be similar, or associated with Cryptosporiosis:
Cryptosporiosis: Causes and Types
Causes of Broader Categories of Cryptosporiosis: Review the causal information about the various more general categories of medical conditions:
Cryptosporiosis as a symptom:
Conditions listing Cryptosporiosis
as a symptom may also be potential underlying causes of Cryptosporiosis.
Our database lists the following as having
Cryptosporiosis as a symptom of that condition:
Medical news summaries relating to Cryptosporiosis:
The following medical news items are relevant to causes of Cryptosporiosis:
Related information on causes of Cryptosporiosis:
As with all medical conditions,
there may be many causal factors.
Further relevant information on causes of Cryptosporiosis may be found in: