Progress in assessment of morbidity due to fasciola hepatica infection : a review of recent literature
World Health Organization. Schistosomiasis Control Unit. (1990). Progress in assessment of morbidity due to fasciola hepatica infection : a review of recent literature. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/61432
Gov't Doc #WHO/SCHISTO/90.104. Unpublished
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Evaluation de la morbidité due à l' infestation par fasciola hepatica : mise au point bibliographique World Health Organization. Schistosomiasis Control Unit (WHO/SCHISTO/90.104. Unpublished, 1990)
El Morshedy, H.; Shehab, A.Y.; Zaki, A.; Farag, H.F. (2002)Intra-specimen and day-to-day variations of Fasciola egg counts in stools were investigated for 16 cases of established fascioliasis. For each case six Kato slides from a single stool sample were examined daily for 5 consecutive days. The results indicated the presence of significant intra-specimen variations in more than one-third of the examined series, while the inter-specimen variation was almost negligible. The sensitivity of the Kato-Katz test for diagnosing Fasciola infection with three Kato slides from the same specimen or on different ...