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Trichomonas vaginalis: Complications and Treatment
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Trichomonas vaginalis is a pear-shaped organism that propels itself with four whip-like flagella that protrude from its front end. Trichomonads participate in a host-parasite relationship, causing them to adhere to epithelial cells. Trichomonas vaginalis has been described as a common cosmopolitan parasite of both males and females. The paper reviewed Trichomonas vaginalis from history, prevalence, complications, diagnosis to treatment.
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