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Giardiasis is a protozoan disease caused by Giardia lambila parasitic on human small intestine. Clinically, diarrhea, abdominal pain and abdominal distension are the main manifestations, and can cause cholecystitis, cholangitis and liver damage. In addition to endemic epidemic, the disease can also lead to water-borne fulminant epidemic. Infection is also common among tourists. In recent years, patients with AIDS are often infected with this disease.


Colonic vascular malformation

Colonic fistula

Pseudomembranous enteritis

Lipoma of colon

Volvulus of colon

Calculous cholecystitis

Colorectal injury

Connective tissue enteritis

Spastic intestinal obstruction

tuberculous mesenteric lymphadenitis


Alcoholic liver disease

Nodular fat necrosis

Toxicosis of local Anaesthetic

nickel car-bonyI poisoning

Giant hypertrophic gastritis


Rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis

Acute rheumatic fever renal damage

Acute renal failure

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