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A retrospective hospital study of human cystic echinococcosis in Egypt
Kand eel, A.; Ahmed, E.S.; Helmy, H.; El Setouhy, M.; Craig, P.S.; Ramzy, R.M.R. ( 2004 )

We performed a retrospective study to determine annual clinical incidence of human cystic echinococcosis [CE] in 14 Egyptian hospitals between January 1997 and December 1999. From 492 353 records examined, 133 [0.027%] new human CE cases were recorded. Of these, 50 [37.6%] were from Alexandria and Matrouh hospitals, 33 [24.8%] from Giza Chest Hospital and 50 from other regions. Matrouh governorate had the highest annual clinical incidence [1.34-2.60 per 100 000] followed by Giza governorate [0.80-1.16 per 100 000]. About a third of those affected were aged

Apport de I'imagerie par resonance magnetique [IRM] dans le diagnostic du kyste hydatique cardiaque
El Majhad, A.; Lachhab, A.; Cherradi, R.; Srairi, J.; Srairi, N.; Doghmi, N.; Cherti, M. ( 2011 )
Commission du programme : Hypatidose : Ordre du jour provisoire, point P. 6.13
Assemblée mondiale de la Santé, 3 ( 1950 )
Commission du programme : Projet de quatrième rapport
Assemblée mondiale de la Santé, 3 ( 1950 )
Committee on Programme: draft fourth report
World Health Assembly, 3 ( 1950 )
Committee on Programme: Hydatidosis
World Health Assembly, 3 ( 1950 )
Control of echinococcosis/hydatidosis : present status of worldwide progress / M. A. Gemmell, J. R. Lawson & M. G. Roberts
Gemmell, M. A; Lawson, J. R; Roberts, M. G ( 1986 )
Diagnosis of cystic echinococcosis: ultrasound imaging or countercurrent immunoelectrophoresis?
Sadjjadi, S.M.; Ardehali, S.; Noman Pour, B.; Kumar, V.; Izadpanah, A. ( 2001 )

Cystic echinococcosis is a major zoonotic diseases in the Islamic Republic of Iran. This study was carried out in 3 general hospitals in Shiraz. We examined the records of all 1227 surgical patients with a surgically-proven diagnosis of cystic echinococcosis for the 20-year period 1978-98. The results of countercurrent immunoelectrophoresis were compared with pathology and ultrasound reports to determine whether serological tests could be helpful for diagnosis. Countercurrent immunoelectrophoresis could detect only 62.0% of cases, whereas the pathology and ultrasound results were positive for 96.3% of cases. This study confirms the usefulness of ultrasound and suggests that only in doubtful cases would countercurrent immunoelectrophoresis be useful for diagnosing cystic echinococcosis

Echinococcose humaine en Bulgarie : analyse épidémiologique comparée / T. Todorov et V. Boeva
Todorov, T; Boeva, V ( 1999 )
Epidemiology of Echinococcus granulosus infection in the Peruvian Andes / P. L. Moro ... [et al.]
Moro, P. L; McDonald, J; Gilman, R. H; Silva, B; Verastegui, M; Malqui, V; Lescano, G; Falcon, N; Montes, G; Bazalar, H ( 1997 )
Factors influencing the response to chemotherapy in human cystic echinococcosis / T. Todorov ... [et al.]
Todorov, Todor; Mechkov, G; Vutova, K; Georgiev, P; Lazarova, I; Tonchev, Z; Nedelkov, G ( 1992 )
Forearm hydatid cyst: an unusual presentation
Bouraoui, I.H.; Essid, O.; Boughammoura, H.; Arifa, N.; Frikha, R.; Jemni, H.; Graiess, K.T. ( 2011 )
Fourth report of the Committee on Programme
World Health Assembly, 3 ( 1950 )
Groupe mixte OMS/FAO d' experts des zoonoses : tuberculose bovine, fièvre Q, charbon, psittacose, hydatidose, rapport sur la première session, Genève, 11-16 décembre 1950
Joint WHO/FAO Expert Group on Zoonoses; World Health Organization; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations ( 1951 )
Growing importance of prevention and control of alveolar echinococcosis / Takao Fujikura
Fujikura, Takao ( 1991 )
Guidelines for surveillance, prevention and control of Echinococcosis/Hydatidosis / edited by J. Eckert ... [et al.]
Eckert, J; Gemmell, M. A; Matyas, Z; Soulsby, E. J. L; World Health Organization. Veterinary Public Health Unit ( 1984 )
Guidelines for treatment of cystic and alveolar echinococcosis in humans / WHO Informal Working Group on Echinococcosis
WHO Informal Working Group on Echinococcosis ( 1996 )
Human cystic echinococcosis in nomads of south-west Islamic Republic of Iran
Rafiei, A.; Hemadi, A.; Maraghi, S.; Kaikhaei, B.; Craig, P.S. ( 2007 )

Cystic echinococcosis [CE] is a widespread helminth zoonosis, especially in rural areas. We investigated the prevalence of human CE among nomadic communities in 4 areas of Khuzestan province: Behbahan, Shoush, Masjed Soleiman and Izeh. Blood samples from 3446 individuals from 700 randomly selected families were examined for detection of antibody against Echinococcus granulosus. Family members were interviewed to assess possible risk factors for infection such as age, sex, dog ownership. The prevalence of CE was 13.8%: 1.9% in Behbahan, 12.4% in Shoush, 17.3% in Masjed Soleiman and 18.2% in Izeh. These differences were statistically significant. There was no significant association between CE seropositivity and age, sex and dog ownership

Human echinococcosis in Bulgaria : a comparative epidemiological analysis / T. Todorov and V. Boeva
Todorov, T; Boeva, V ( 1999 )
Assemblée mondiale de la Santé, 3 ( 1950 )
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