A parasite is defined as an organism that lives in a more or less close association with another organism of a different species (the host), derives sustenance from it and is pathogenic to the host, although this potential is not always expressed.
In medicine the term is used in a narrower sense and designates eukaryotic pathogens, which belong to the protozoa and metazoa, including helminths, arthropods, and some other groups of lower medical significance. Parasites cause numerous diseases in humans, some being of extraordinary significance.
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