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Malabsorption in Giardiasis
Current Topics in Giardiasis
Giardia intestinalis is a lagellated parasite and is regarded as the most common cause of protozoan-associated diarrhoea worldwide. The organisms can be found in 80% of raw water supplies from lakes, streams and ponds and as many as 15% iltered water samples. Giardia intestinalis can be found worldwide including both temperate and tropical regions and can cause asymptomatic colonisation or acute or chronic diarrhoea illness. The symptoms vary from vague abdominal discomfort or severe abdominaldoi:10.5772/intechopen.70806 fatcat:33ab6vvmjfhjnk4pwkt7b4elwq