Enterobiasis

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Enterobiasis

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The terms "Enterobiasis" returned 12 free, full-text research articles on human participants. First 3 results:

Prevalence of enterobiasis among primary school children in Ragama, Sri Lanka.
 

Author(s): N K Gunawardena, T N Chandrasena, N R de Silva

Journal: Ceylon Med J. 2013 Sep;58(3):106-10.

 

To determine the prevalence of enterobiasis among school children in Ragama Medical Officer of Health (MOH) region and the association between clinical features, potential risk factors and infection status.

Last Updated: 1 Oct 2013

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Environmental factors related to enterobiasis in a southeast region of Korea.
 

Author(s): Dong-Hee Kim, Min Kyoung Cho, Mi Kyung Park, Shin Ae Kang, Bo Young Kim, Sang Kyun Park, Hak Sun Yu

Journal: Korean J. Parasitol.. 2013 Feb;51(1):139-42.

 

Pinworm infection can occur through contact with contaminated surfaces followed by ingestion or even through inhalation of infective eggs. We have limited information regarding environmental contamination by eggs of Enterobius vermicularis. In order to determine environmental risk ...

Last Updated: 7 Mar 2013

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Parents' knowledge about enterobiasis might be one of the most important risk factors for enterobiasis in children.
 

Author(s): Dong-Hee Kim, Hyun-Mi Son, Joo Young Kim, Min Kyoung Cho, Mee Kyung Park, Sin Ye Kang, Bo Young Kim, Hak Sun Yu

Journal: Korean J. Parasitol.. 2010 Jun;48(2):121-6.

 

To know the prevalence of Enterobius vermicularis infection and what are the most important risk factors, we evaluated the incidence and risk factors of enterobiasis among children attended in kindergartens in Busan metropolitan city, Republic of Korea. A total of 1,674 children from ...

Last Updated: 29 Jun 2010

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