DOI: 10.17151/biosa.2018.17.2.6
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Bastidas Pacheco G., Antoima M. L., Bastidas Delgado D., & Rosales Delgado M. (2018). Una mirada actual sobre cyclospora spp : y ciclosporosis. Biosalud, 17(2), 91 - 101. https://doi.org/10.17151/biosa.2018.17.2.6

Autores/as

Gilberto Bastidas Pacheco

PhD en Parasitología. Universidad de Carabobo. Carabobo, Venezuela.

Universidad de Carabobo
bastidasprotozoo@hotmail.com
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5805-6926
María Laura Antoima

Licenciado en Educación. Universidad de Carabobo. Carabobo, Venezuela. 

Universidad de Carabobo
marylaura25@hotmail.com
Daniel Bastidas Delgado

Estudiante de Medicina. Universidad de Carabobo. Carabobo, Venezuela.

Universidad de Carabobo
daniel_mdc_uc@hotmail.com
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4981-4166
María Rosales Delgado

Estudiante Programa de Medicina. Universidad Nacional Experimental Francisco de Miranda. Coro, Venezuela.

Universidad Nacional Experimental Francisco de Miranda
maruchyrosales95.mrd@gmail.com
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4709-6092

Resumen

Introducción: La ciclosporosis es una enfermedad emergente caracterizada por producir cuadros clínicos de gastroenteritis en humanos luego de la ingesta de agua o de alimentos contaminados, siendo más severa en niños e inmunosuprimidos; es ocasionada por el coccidio Cyclospora cayetanensis cuyo cuerpo de conocimiento está en pleno proceso de construcción. Objetivo: Recopilar y presentar en forma comprimida lo hallado hasta ahora sobre la biología, manifestaciones clínicas, diagnóstico, tratamiento y comportamiento epidemiológico de C. cayetanensis. Metodología: Se trato de un estudio documental con base en la revisión minuciosa de la literatura científica mundial. Resultado y conclusión: Se ofrece a los profesionales de la salud e instituciones sanitarias oficiales, herramientas teóricas necesarias para el control de la parasitosis.

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