MALARIA. Malaria is transmitted by Anopheles mosquitoes. There are about fifty species of this mosquito worldwide. It should be noted that mosquitoes are only the carriers of the disease. Malaria develops during ten days in the human organism. Further symptoms are manifested in the form of pain in the liver, anemia, destruction of red blood cells. The overall process is accompanied by a high fever. About a third of all malaria cases lead to death.
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