Echinococosis. Alveococosis.
Many of you have heard about these parasites and the terrible diseases they cause. Mature echinococcus worms live in the intestines of many wild and domestic animals: a dog, cat, wolf, fox, jackal, arctic fox, lynx, marten, ferret, coyote, hyena, etc.
The last part of the echinococcus body is called the uterus. It periodically ripens up to 800 eggs. The uterus breaks off from the body of the worm and comes out with feces or on its own. It moves on the ground or along the fur of animals, throws out a parasite egg around it. Egg size 0.03 mm.
How does the infection take place
People become infected by swallowing echinococcus eggs from contaminated hands after contact with the ground, stroking animals, from poorly washed vegetables, fruits, berries, contaminated water, etc. Larvae emerge from the swallowed eggs in the human intestine. They penetrate the intestinal wall, into the veins located there and are carried with the blood to the organs.
There is no such organ in which the larvae of echinococci could not develop, but nowhere do they turn into mature worms.
It is believed that in 70% of cases, the larvae settle and develop in the liver, 20% in the lungs, and 10% in any other organs from the brain to the bones.
The development of larvae in the human body occurs in two forms:
A single-chamber cyst called echinococcus
Approximately 5 months after infection, a vesicle with a diameter of 5 mm forms in the organs, which contains fluid. From the inner layer of the bubble, new larvae are born and swim in the liquid. The bubble grows slowly over the years, squeezing the surrounding organs. The size of the bubble depends on the organ in which it grows .In the liver, the bladder can grow more than 20 sm in diameter and contain about 10 liters of toxic liquid with larvae. In the brain and, especially, the spinal cord, even a small bladder can lead to paralysis, paresis and even cause death of the patient. Often, secondary, tertiary bubbles are formed inside and outside the bubble, in which larvae are also born.
Multicameral echinococcus. It is called alveococcus.
Alveococcus is similar to raspberries. This is a cluster of 0.2-0.5mm bubbles. The bubbles contain a gel-like substance. New bubbles gradually form from the outer bubbles. Alveococcus not only presses on the surrounding organs, but also grows in them. Particles of the parasite can come off and get into different organs with blood, and grow there. Doesn't that sound like cancer and metastasis? It is very difficult to distinguish them! The size of the bubbles of the alveococcus is very small. Therefore, for a long time it is impossible to see them on ultrasound, X-ray, CT, NMR. The alveococcus looks like a dense, whitish tumor, riddled with many small cysts in the fibrous stroma. In cut, it looks like unripe cheese of cartilaginous density. Gradually, the central part of the node disintegrates, fills with a pus-like fluid. Outside, the bubbles are actively growing and multiplying. Often the size of the alveococcus is 2-15 sm, but sometimes it reaches the size of an adult's head.
The course of echinococcosis is conventionally divided into 4 stages:
At the first stage, patients are not worried about anything.
On the second - there may be general weakness, fatigue, allergies.
At the third stage, symptoms of compression and damage to organs appear. In many cases, already at this stage, the disease resembles cancer.
At the 4th stage, it is almost impossible to distinguish echinococcosis from inoperable cancer.
What else is echinococcus dangerous for?
The disease goes on without symptoms for a long time, and the bladder can suddenly burst from injury. A toxic liquid with a large number of larvae flows out of the rupture of the bubble. As a result, deadly complications can develop - shock, peritonitis, abscess, purulent pleurisy, pericarditis. The larvae poured out of the bladder penetrate the veins, spread with blood to various organs, form many new bubbles in them.
Growing echinococcal cysts in the liver can compress the bile ducts, causing obstructive jaundice, pruritus, and biliary cirrhosis. If the echinococcal bladder compresses the portal vein, portal hypertension develops, the veins of the anterior abdominal wall and esophagus dilate, ascites appears, and there may be nasal and esophageal bleeding.
With pulmonary echinococcosis, a variety of symptoms develop that can simulate any lung disease of a different etiology
Patients are worried about coughing. Shortness of breath, sometimes hemoptysis, bleeding. When a cyst breaks into the pleural cavity, severe pains in the chest occur, and anaphylactic shock may develop.

Echinococcal cysts, localized in the heart, cause cardiac dysfunction and can lead to death of patients as a result of myocardial rupture.

The developing echinococcal bladder in the eye orbit can lead to protrusion of the eyeball (exophthalmos), pain, visual impairment up to blindness.
Echinococcus can also be the cause of thyroid nodules and cysts.

With echinococcosis of bones, destruction, necrosis of bone tissue, pathological bone fractures occur.
Only in belated cases of unicameral echinococcus of the liver on X-ray, CTMR, PET, ultrasound is a characteristic semicircular seal visible. With echinococcosis of other organs, such a seal does not happen. Ultrasound, X-ray, CT, MRI, PET in rare cases, one can assume alveococcosis.
It is not easy to diagnose echinococcosis
Only unicameral echinococcosis is diagnosed by blood test.
Many, including doctors, think that a blood test is an accurate method for diagnosing parasites. In fact, this is a biochemical blood test, which can be used for antibodies formed in the blood of infected people. It is known that chemical reactions can occur only under the appropriate conditions - a sufficient amount of substances that enter into the reaction, the presence of catalysts, the required temperature, atmospheric pressure, etc. Therefore, they are not accurate.
The results of this analysis can be:
  • No infection
  • Infection is present, but there are not enough antibodies for the biochemical reaction of their detection
  • If there is an infection
  • Infection was, but antibodies remained
Such tests can be misleading for doctors and patients!
Attention! According to statistics, patients with echinococcus and alveococcus are diagnosed with cancer in 90%!
Dogs, cats, zoos are everywhere. Therefore, there should be a lot of patients with echinococcosis.
There are no effective drugs for echinococcus and alveococcus!
Surgeons and oncologists in the diagnosis of tumors and cysts most of all trust histological analysis, do a puncture, biopsy.
With echinococcosis and alveococcosis, this is unacceptable!
The larvae will spread to all organs and form new foci of parasites in them. Surgeons need to remember about echinococcosis, alveococcosis when working with a cyst or tumor that contains a liquid or gel-like substance! Such patients must be diagnosed using the Imedis apparatus before or after surgery! The surgeon cannot be sure that the microscopic vesicles of the alvecoccus are completely removed!
In oncology, the theory is accepted that cancer cells are formed from the cells of the organs of patients, but they do not look like them
Most histologists know what human organ cells look like under a microscope, but they don't. what the cells of the cyst of echinococcus and other parasites look like. They are not even looking for!Of course, the cells of the echinococcus cyst are not similar to the cells of human organs. In such a situation, the cyst cells of an echinococcus can be called cancer cells! Surgeons perform many hours of operations, and after a few months, new tumors appear, which are called relapses, metastases.
Surgeons perform many hours of operations, and after a few months relapses and metastases appear. Oncologists treat such patients with chemotherapy and radiation.
In our practice, there are many patients who received more than 20 courses of chemotherapy, and we diagnosed living parasites.
This means that chemotherapy does not kill echinococci, alveococci, but it can kill the patient! It is also impossible to destroy all parasites by local irradiation! This procedure can only temporarily reduce the size of the echinococcus.

Currently. only on the device "Imedis", with a good specialist, it is possible to accurately diagnose and destroy the larvae of Echinococcus and Alvecoccus.
Here are some interesting examples from our practice:
Patient D.O.
46 years old
Diagnosis: squamous cell carcinoma of the lower lip
4 years ago, a small ulcer appeared on the left corner of the lower lip. The patient consulted a doctor. The oncologist suggested a biopsy. The patient was frightened, did not go to doctors for 4 years. During this time, the ulcer gradually grew to 10x7mm, up to 2mm deep, without pain, blood and plaque. Our former patient brought him to us.

Using the Imedis apparatus, we diagnosed echinococcosis in the muscles of the lower lip. In the thickness of the patient's lower lip, under the ulcer, a round, slightly compressible, immobile tumor with a diameter of 1.5 cm was felt. In the medical literature, we did not find cases of echinococcosis of the lower lip. Curiosity made us look for echinococcus in other organs, but it was not found anywhere, except for the muscle of the lower lip.

The parasite larvae were destroyed by resonant frequencies. The patient was warned that after the death of the larvae, the content of toxins in the cyst would increase. To reduce toxicity, fluid from the surrounding tissues enters the cyst cavity. This can lead to an increase in the size of the cyst. Indeed, the cyst soon began to grow.

The patient was frightened and decided to turn to oncologists. He told the doctors that we had diagnosed and treated his lower lip echinococcosis. The doctors twirled their fingers at the temple, said that echinococcus occurs only in the liver! They did a biopsy. The result of histological analysis: squamous cell carcinoma of the lower lip. The oncologist suggested at first an extended operation, and after a while, to restore the disfigured face, to do a cosmetic operation. To the patient's question: "What can happen to me next?", The oncologist shrugged his shoulders, replied: "We'll wait and see." This prospect and answer frightened him even more. The patient came to us. We explained that the mucous membrane of the lower lip is formed by squamous cell epithelium The histologist saw the cells of the echinococcus cyst next to the cells of the lip, which do not look like the cells of the lip, hence the erroneous diagnosis: squamous cell carcinoma of the lower lip. Apparently this did not convince the patient. He turned to another oncologist who proposed to burn out the "cancer cells" with rays. After the sessions of radiation therapy, the patient developed a tumor under the tongue and enlarged cervical lymph nodes. Histological examination of the tumor of the soft tissues of the mouth and lymph nodes showed only inflammation. Nevertheless, the diagnosis was left: squamous cell carcinoma of the lower lip with spread to the soft tissues of the oral cavity and lymph nodes of the neck. Now they proposed an operation not only for excision of the lower lip, but also for the soft tissues of the oral cavity and lymph nodes. The sick man and his wife came to us again.

At Imedis, we diagnosed inflammation of the sublingual salivary gland, which arose in connection with a burn after radiation therapy. The lymph nodes in the neck were enlarged due to this inflammation. We have selected therapeutic frequencies.

After 3 months, a small scar formed at the site of the "cancer" of the lower lip, the sublingual gland is functioning normally, there are no tumors of the soft tissues of the mouth, and the lymph nodes are not enlarged.

7 years have passed. The patient feels healthy and leads a normal life. Recently, his wife told us that when they were treated with us, all his relatives told her: "How are you, the daughter of a professor, you can trust an unfamiliar method of treatment, go only to oncologists!" Now some of them have died of cancer and my husband has recovered!
Patient K.M.
32 years old
Diagnosis: cancer of the left breast with multiple metastases to different organs
1.5 years ago, she decided to have breast plastic surgery. Ultrasound revealed a tumor in the left breast. The patient was referred to oncologists. She had a biopsy. The oncologists decided to operate and clarify the diagnosis after the operation. The operation was performed: the tumor infiltrate was removed. Histological diagnosis: adenocarcinoma of the left breast. According to the patient, she was found to have a terrible BRCA 1 gene, like Angelina Jolie. Oncologists said that this type of cancer in 87% of cases metastases to the ovaries and other organs.Did the second operation: removed both mammary glands! No cancer cells were found in the removed right breast! She underwent 6 courses of chemotherapy. However, after 7 months the patient developed shortness of breath and headaches. MRI revealed right-sided pleurisy, metastases in the right lung. They underwent another 22 courses of chemotherapy, but the second MRI showed metastases in both lungs and in the brain. After radiation therapy, the metastases in the brain decreased, and the headaches disappeared.

At Imedis we diagnosed echinococcosis in the lungs and brain. Why is this patient diagnosed with cancer?

Recall that at first a small tumor was found in the patient's left mammary gland. They did a biopsy. This means that they did not even think about echinococcus! The toxic liquid with the parasite larvae from the cyst got into the breast tissue, which led to its inflammation and the spread of the larvae throughout the body. Please note that during the first operation, not a small tumor was removed, but already a tumor infiltrate, that is, a tumor with inflamed surrounding tissue. The histologist could see under the microscope the cells of the inflamed mammary gland and the cyst cells of the echinococcus, which, of course, do not look like the cells of the mammary gland. Therefore, I mistakenly decided that these are cancer cells.

Genetic analysis (another bluff of our time) became the reason for the second operation - the removal of both mammary glands. Chemotherapy cannot destroy the echinococcus larvae, but only further reduces the immune system. After 7 months, the larvae of echinococcus formed cysts in the right lung, causing pleurisy and shortness of breath. They were mistakenly called metastases, and they continued chemotherapy courses. Then the same "metastases" were found on MRI in both lungs and in the brain. Radiation therapy burns out echinococcus cysts only in the irradiation zone, but cannot destroy all the larvae. Radiation therapy has reduced the size of the tumors in the brain. As a result, the headaches disappeared, the patient believed in this treatment. Unfortunately, the patient did not come to us for treatment.
Patient H. N.
54 years old
Diagnosis: cysts of the right breast
Last year, she felt a tumor in her right breast. Ultrasound revealed 2 cysts in her right breast 10.8 x 6.5 mm and 22.5 x 9.5 mm with thick contents. The oncologist suggested biopsy for histological examination. The patient refused. The result of a second ultrasound scan after 1 year without significant dynamics. Conclusion: signs of fibrocystic mastopathy of the right breast. Cyst sizes 12 mm and 24 x 11 mm with liquid content. The patient again refused the proposed biopsy.

On "Imedis" we diagnosed cysts of unicameral echinococcus in her right mammary gland. We selected therapeutic frequencies. Echinococcus larvae were destroyed by resonant frequencies.

3 years have passed. The patient is alive, healthy, married, happy!
Patient Zh. I.
53 years old
Diagnosis: recurrence of cancer of the paraurethral glands
A year ago, she underwent an operation: resection of a paraurethral tumor with plastic urethra. The result of histology: cells with malignancy were found. Chemotherapy was performed. After 5 months, MRI revealed metastasis in the soft tissues of the small pelvis with invasion into the pelvic bone. They did the second operation: removal of the tumor with part of the pelvic bone, Ihad to amputate her left leg. After 3 months, MRI again revealed tumor recurrence in the pelvic cavity. Oncologists are planning another operation next week.

We diagnosed alveococcosis using the Imedis apparatus. Unfortunately, the patient decided to agree to the operation.
Patient K. E.
32 years old.
Diagnosis: cancer of the right spermatic cord
Metastases in the pelvic cavity and in the liver. A year ago, he underwent surgery, removed the cyst of the right spermatic cord. After 7 months, ultrasound revealed metastases in the pelvic cavity and in the liver. The patient refused chemotherapy. Our former patient referred him to us.

At Imedis we diagnosed the cause of "cancer and metastases" - echinococcus. We selected therapeutic frequencies. The parasites were destroyed by resonant frequencies.

Almost 3 years have passed. The patient is not worried about anything. At the site of the former "metastases", there are accumulations of calcium salts!
Patient H. A.
30 years old
Diagnosis: neck tumor
About 5 months ago, a tumor began to grow rapidly on her neck, 2 cm to the right of the midline. It is now about the size of a chicken egg. Ultrasound and CT showed that this tumor is not associated with the thyroid gland and with the large vessels of the neck. A biopsy of the tumor was done. Got a jelly-like mass. Soon after the biopsy, a hazelnut-sized swelling appeared on the left lower leg. According to the patient, surgeons are wary of performing an operation, because the tumor on the neck is located next to large blood vessels and nerves.

We diagnosed alveococcosis at Imedis. Attention! A jelly-like mass was obtained during a biopsy of the tumor, but the doctors did not think about the alveococcus. We have selected therapeutic frequencies. The parasites were destroyed by resonant frequencies.

3 months have passed. The size of the tumor on the neck was significantly reduced, and the tumor on the lower leg disappeared.