A Rare Case of Human Asian Trypanosomiasis (a-HT) Due to Trypanosoma evansi

Trypanosoma evansi, the causative agent of Surra, is a hemoflagellate protozoan mechanically transmitted by hematophagous flies, mainly in tropical and subtropical regions. This protozoan affects several mammalian hosts, including dogs, which are highly susceptible to the infection. Trypanosomes are unicellular

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