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MedPage TodayHazardous Waters: Lessons From a Brain-Eating Amoeba

Naegleria fowleri — a “free-living amoeba” and cousin of E. histolytica
enters humans not through the mouth but through the nose, and in a few, penetrates the nasal mucosa to invade the brain.

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