Besuconas

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Es besucona, traviesa, activa, descarada, dulce She' s kissy, naughty, active, shameless, sweet She chose me and I couldn't say no. I still do not know how to fit her in my life but, that' s the way love is!!! If you have been by Pino for any length of time, you will most undoubtedly seen this beauty on the dancer's stage. Besucona, or as most there call her 'Besu', is a friendly presence to the comfortable, seedy, classy lounge.

I let Besu know that I intended on getting a proper picture of her since so often she's been in the scenery of some of my other photos at Pino. Live specimen. Sony A, FE 2. Gear and methods: www. He has generously allowed us to share these images with all of you! Mark Smith M. Annette Evans Ph. Student at the University of Connecticut. Dudleya viscida—sticky liveforever. Restricted to Orange, Riverside, and San Diego counties. Flora of North America says: "It is abundant where it grows; in San Juan Canyon, Orange County, for example, it can be seen from the highway, off and on, for some six kilometers, from to meters, with a total of thousands of plants.

Reproduction is vigorous, and old roadcuts are heavily colonized. It is a local plant but hardly a rare one. Look for them and take them to the Early Warning Station. Ooh - these bugs are serious business! The specimen who's grabbed star billing on this notice is the "kissing bug," the pest that transmits the chagas disease. Just as fruits and vegetables may have different names in different Latin American countries, so do insects. In Peru, the bug's called chirimacha. Chagas disease, which has been a scourge in Latin America, has appeared in Arequipa only in the last 20 years.

Researchers caution not to read too much into the low incidence of chronic heart disease in Arequipa. There is a long dormancy period for chagas and many cases may still be pre-symptomatic for chronic chagas. It is estimated that as many as 11 million people in Mexico, Central America and South America have Chagas disease, most of whom do not know they are infected. Large-scale population movements from rural to urban areas of Latin America and to other regions of the world have increased the geographic distribution of Chagas disease, and cases have been noted in many countries, particularly in Europe.

Control strategies have mostly focused on eliminating the triatomine insect vector and preventing transmission from other sources. The human disease occurs in two stages: an acute stage, which occurs shortly after an initial infection, and a chronic stage that develops over many years. The acute phase lasts for the first few weeks or months of infection. It usually occurs unnoticed because it is symptom-free or exhibits only mild symptoms that are not unique to Chagas disease.

These can include fever, fatigue, body aches, headache, rash, loss of appetite, diarrhea, and vomiting. The s on physical examination can include mild enlargement of the liver or spleen, swollen glands, and local swelling a chagoma where the parasite entered the body. Although the symptoms resolve, even with treatment the infection persists and enters a chronic phase. The symptomatic determinate chronic stage affects the nervous system, digestive system and heart.

About two-thirds of people with chronic symptoms have cardiac damage, including dilated cardiomyopathy, which causes heart rhythm abnormalities and may result in sudden death. About one-third of patients go on to develop digestive system damage, resulting in dilation of the digestive tract megacolon and megaesophagus , accompanied by severe weight loss. Swallowing difficulties secondary achalasia may be the first symptom of digestive disturbances and may lead to malnutrition.

Isolated cases exhibit central nervous system involvement, including dementia, confusion, chronic encephalopathy and sensory and motor deficits. The clinical manifestations of Chagas disease are due to cell death in the target tissues that occurs during the infective cycle, by sequentially inducing an inflammatory response, cellular lesions, and fibrosis. For example, intracellular amastigotes destroy the intramural neurons of the autonomic nervous system in the intestine and heart, leading to megaintestine and heart aneurysms, respectively.

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