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SURVEY ON SEROLOGIC PREVALENCE OF HUMAN TOXOPLASMOSIS IN MALES AND FEMALES REFERRED TO CENTERAL MEDICAL LABORATORY IN THE MIANEH CITY BY ELISA METHOD

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 Start Page 1435 | End Page 1445

Abstract

TOXOPLASMOSIS is one of the most common causes of human parasitic are infections and other warm-blooded vertebrates, which has extensive worldwide distribution. The aim of this study served to determine the level of human TOXOPLASMOSIS infection MIANEH city 1389. In this cross - sectional study of 200 men and women admitted to city level laboratories in the mid 1389 randomly selected after completing a questionnaire, the presence of IGG and IGM antibodies against Toxoplasma gondii. The results by using Chi square test were statistically analyzed. Blood samples of 200 human are examined, about 73 samples, 36.5% have IGG antibodies and 14 samples, 7% had IGM antibodies to meet the 60 patients with chronic infections and 13 infections were acute or subacute TOXOPLASMOSIS. The results showed that between TOXOPLASMOSIS and education level, age, marital status and occupation of that statistical relationship exists between gender (p<0.05), but individuals, contact with cats, soil, half-cooked meat, how to wash vegetables and history of hospitalization there was no significant relationship (p>0.05). The results show high prevalence of Toxoplasma in the MIANEH is about the same prevalence of IGG and IGM positive shifter somewhat higher than rates reported in similar studies conducted in the northwest region. So consider the lack of population control programs of stray cats and the lack of appropriate health information sections of society, the need for constant monitoring of the disease, it seems necessary.

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