Without quick diagnosis and treatment, sleeping sickness
is usually fatal, as the parasites invade the central nervous system.
Eventually, I did some tests there and that's when it came back positive for trypanosomiasis, which is also known as sleeping sickness
Serodiagnosis of sleeping sickness
in the Republic of the Congo: comparison of indirect immunofluorescent antibody test and card agglutination test.
As the plot develops, ties appear among John Hobbes, the sleeping sickness
, and a darker problem, which promises to surface more in future books.
The strange sleeping sickness
in the Kalachi village of Kazakhstan was first registered in March 2013.
Naviaux, MD tested the effect of suramin, used to treat trypanosomiasis or African sleeping sickness
, a parasitic disease and found that suramin blocked the extracellular signaling pathway used by ATP and other mitokines in a mouse model of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), ending the cell danger response and related inflammation.
Each year, across Africa, sleeping sickness
kills tens of thousands of people and billions of pounds worth of lifestock.
Preliminary results show that the drug, already used to treat sleeping sickness
, corrects autism-like symptoms in mice.
By focusing upon sleeping sickness
(trypanosomiasis) and its specialists, Neill traces the dissemination of medical knowledge across national and imperial borders during a time of increasing tension and warfare in Europe (1890-1930).
A recent survey on HAT in Benue state showed that the areas surveyed were no longer endemic for sleeping sickness
Morphologically, both are indistinguishable but differ in clinical course and geographic distribution, East African being more rapidly progressive disease as compared to West African sleeping sickness
Hence, sleeping sickness
became sleeping sickness
of the soul.