Anthropology

Anthropology - infectious human diseases, pathogens which are parasitesthat have adapted in the process of evolution to parasitizing only in humans.
The source of infection when anthroponoses is only a man: sick, reconvalescent or a healthy carrier.
To anthroponoses include: typhoid fever, paratyphoid, dysentery, cholera, polio, diphtheria, scarlet fever, whooping cough, measles, smallpox, chickenpox, influenza, mumps, typhus, relapsing fever, malaria, gonorrhea, erysipelas, syphilis, trachoma and other

Anthropology (from the Greek. anthropos - human and nosos - disease) - a group of infectious diseases, pathogens which are the true parasites of man, adapted in the evolutionary development only to man. The existence of these diseases is provided continuously flowing in the process of moving the parasite from person to person. The source of infection when anthroponotic is the only man in disease or baillonella.
To anthroponoses include the following of the most common infectious diseases: intestinal infections typhoid fever, paratyphoid, dysentery bacterial, amebiasis, cholera, epidemic hepatitis, polio and other viral intestinal infections, worms without intermediate host; in the group of respiratory tract infections, diphtheria, scarlet fever, whooping cough and paracoccus, epidemic cerebrospinal meningitis, measles, smallpox, smallpox wind, influenza and of influenza-like illness, acute infectious rhinitis, adenovirus infections, mumps encephalitis, Economo, pneumonia, pulmonary tuberculosis; in the group of blood infections - relapsing fever, typhus, malaria; the group of infections of the outer coverings, dermatomycosis, face, gonorrhea, wound anaerobic infection, syphilis, trachoma. Certain types of anthroponoses - see related articles.