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Enteromonas hominis is a small flagellate and is rarely encountered. It is found in both warm and temperate climates and is considered to be non-pathogenic. This parasite we consider to be identical with that described by DA FONSECA in , in Brazil, under the name E. hominis, and we confirm his observations in. Clinical Features: Enteromonas hominis is considered nonpathogenic. The presence of cysts and/or trophozoites in stool specimens can.

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Infectious diarrhea secondary to Enteromonas hominis.

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Diagnostic Findings More on: Enter Email Address What’s this? In the large and possibly small intestine, excystation releases trophozoites.

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Infectious diarrhea secondary to Enteromonas hominis.

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You must accept the terms and conditions. Life Cycle Both cysts and trophozoites of Enteromonas hominis are shed in feces. Sign In Forgot password? Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.