Is Hyperuricemia in Falciparum Malaria Infected Children Explains the Etiology of Burkittandrsquo;s Lymphoma? | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Is Hyperuricemia in Falciparum Malaria Infected Children Explains the Etiology of Burkitt’s Lymphoma?

Author(s):Mosab Nouraldein Mohammed Hamad, Sufian Khalid M. Noor, Rania Saad Abdulgader* and Awadalla H Kashif

Falciparum malaria still represents the big obstacle to communities in Sub-Sahara African countries, and more concentrated efforts against the COVID-19 pandemic may influence the lives of millions of children in that malariaendemic area. Hyperuricemia associated with plasmodium falciparum infection reflects the density of parasitemia and it may lead to kidney injury, resulting in low vitamin D production. Furthermore, hyperuricemia leads to high levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines counting interferon γ-induced protein, which is invested vitamin D deficiency in the development of Burkitt’s lymphoma. Experimental research is required.

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