hagas disease is a parasitic infection due to Trypanosoma cruzi that is endemic in Latin America, where Triatominae vectors are present. The parasite, multiplying inside various cell types, disseminates into its vertebrate host as blood trypomastigotes, and can be transmitted through blood transfusion as well as by organ transplantation or congenitally. Due to important migration of chronically infected people from LA, Chagas disease is now encountered in non-endemic countries as well.