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Human cases of paragonimiasis have been reported in Lao People's Democratic Republic from several provinces, however, detailed descriptions of a focus of transmission including parasites species and intermediate hosts are lacking. Field investigations were carried out between February and July 2004 in three neighboring villages of the province of Vientiane.(More)
Paragonimiasis is a food borne zoonosis due to a trematode belonging to the genus Paragonimus. Although present throughout the world, about 90% of the cases occur in Asia where around 20 million people are infected. The parasitic cycle is complex with two different intermediate hosts. Man is infected by ingesting the raw or undercooked flesh of the second(More)
Epilepsy is a major public health problem in developing countries. In addition to the high prevalence of epilepsy in some regions, there is an acute shortage of trained personnel, clinical equipment, and antiepileptic drugs. As a result of these problems, most patients do not have access to adequate treatment. Despite wake-up calls from the WHO, LICE, and(More)
It has been well understood that the digital clock and data recovery (CDR) architecture has many system merits over the analog counterpart for multi-Gb/s transceivers [1]. However, the applications have been limited in systems where the clock is forwarded or has small frequency offset [2, 3], due to the finite frequency and jitter tracking capability of the(More)
BACKGROUND Cervical cancer (CC) is almost always induced by some oncogenic types of human papillomavirus (HPV). In Vietnam, it is the first leading cause of cancer in women, with highest prevalence in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). Since 2006, prevention of the CC has been improved by licensure of recombinant vaccines directed against HPV 16 and 18, effective(More)
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