Application of methods of bioresonance therapy in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic toxoplasmosis
AUTHORS : Sutyagin V.N. | Sutyagin A.V.
RELEVANT UNIVERSITIES : medical center “New Medicine”, Novokubansk, Krasnodar Territory, Russia
YEAR : 2001 | Category : Type of application
Toxoplasmosis. General information Toxoplasmosis is a parasitic disease caused by the parasite Toxoplasma gondii and is characterized by various forms of damage to internal organs, duration of the course, polymorphosis, and early disability of the population. The causative agent of toxoplasmosis – Toxoplasma gondii – was discovered by Sh. Nitkolem and A. Manso in Tunisia in 1908 before the disease in humans or animals was described. Initially, toxoplasmosis was found in gondya rodents, and at the same time Slender isolated this pathogen from a rabbit in Brazil. Only in 1939 did Sebinn prove that the Toxoplasma found in humans and animals belong to the same species Apicomplexa, class Sporozoea, family Eimeniidae.