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Blastocystis Hominis Infection

  • Blastocystis Hominis Infection

    Blastocystis hominis is a microscopic organism that may be found in the stools of healthy people who aren't having any digestive symptoms. Blastocystis hominis is also sometimes found in the stools of people who have diarrhea, abdominal pain or other gastrointestinal problems.

  • Blastocystis Hominis Infection

    Symptoms: Signs and symptoms that might be associated with blastocystis include: Diarrhea Nausea Abdominal cramps Bloating Excessive gas (flatulence) Hives Loss of appetite Fatigue

  • Blastocystis Hominis Infection

    Treatment:Treatment of Blastocystis infection remains a complicated issue. Because there is still a great deal of debate about the true pathogenicity of Blastocystis, there is still much debate about the need for treatment. Further knowledge about the genotyping and subtyping of Blastocystis and the impact that various subtypes may have on pathogenicity and antimicrobial efficacy is still being sought [22]. In a symptomatic patient, isolation of cysts in stool specimens should trigger a thorough evaluation for other causes of the patient’s gastrointestinal tract complaints, given the possibility for coinfection with other pathogens.

  • Blastocystis Hominis Infection

    statistics:The specificity of Lugol's stain was 91%, trichrome staining was 100%, and the IFA stain was 97.3%. In the group of 27 IBS and IBD patients, using all methods combined, we detected Blastocystis in 67% (18/27) of the patients. Blastocystis was detected in 33% (2/6) of IBD patients and 76% (16/21) of IBS patients. For comparison, trichrome staining alone, the method most frequently used in many countries, would have only identified Blastocystis infection in 29% (6/21) of the IBS patients.

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