The life cycle of Trypanosoma cruzi includes infection via bite and fecal contamination of wound by ther reduviid but. Trypomastigotes are then rubbed into a wond or conjunctiva and invade tissue cells and become amistigotes. The amasitogtes are usually found in the heart livery or CNS in macrophages. The reduviid bug then bites an infected human ingesting the trypomastigotes which form into epimastigotes in the midgut of the bug.
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