Multi Pathogens Infections

Multiple pathogens once in a while coexist ensuing in polyparasitism, which escorts to augmented infectivity and diseased circumstance, changed pathogen load, and emphasis in pathogenesis. As an sample, Burkitt's lymphoma is generally determined in regions with high malarial transmittance and it is said that malaria-prompted immune reaction is related with the evolution of lymphomas.  These organisms are known as opportunistic infectious factor, and are reason for huge morbidity and mortality costs. HIV is one of the opportunistic organisms with high ability to have interaction with other infectious organisms like parasitic, viral, fungal, and bacterial agents.

  • Polyparasitism
  • Burkitts Lymphoma
  • Opportunistic Infectious Pathogens
  • Viral infections with fungi
  • Viral infections with Bacteria

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