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Chagas Disease: What U.S. Clinicians Need to Know

Objectives

Upon completion of the Interactive Core Curriculum on Chagas disease in the United States Part 3, you will be able to:

  • Describe appropriate laboratory testing to diagnose T. cruzi infection in the acute and chronic phases
  • Perform an effective clinical evaluation of the newly diagnosed patient with chronic T. cruzi infection¬†
  • Describe current recommendations for antitrypanosomal treatment of patients with acute and chronic T. cruzi infection¬†¬†
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Version: 1.1 Pub: Oct 2010 Rev: Aug 2012

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