Types of infectious diseases  

Bacterial Infection

Bacteria, single-celled microorganisms that can multiply and colonize various body sites, cause bacterial infections.

Viral Infections 

Viral infections are caused by viruses, tiny infectious agents that replicate inside living cells and use host cell machinery to reproduce.

Fungal Infections

Fungal infections are caused by fungi, multicellular organisms that can colonize various body parts, especially the skin, nails, and mucous membranes.

Parasitic Infection

Parasitic infections are caused by parasites, organisms that live on or inside another organism, known as the host, to obtain nutrients and reproduce.

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