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Insect parasite conditions

Insect parasite conditions: Introduction

Any condition involving the transmission of parasites to human by insects. A parasite is an organism that lives on or in another living organism from which it gains some advantage, often at the expense of the host. For example, body lice can transmit typhus, fleas can transmit the bubonic plague and sandflies can transmit Leishmaniasis. ...more »

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