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Parasitic infections in HIV-infected patients who visited Seoul National University Hospital during the period 1995-2003.
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This study shows that parasitic infections are important clinical complications in HIV-infected patients in the Republic of Korea. Expand
A survey of cryptosporidiosis among 2,541 residents of 25 coastal islands in Jeollanam-Do (Province), Republic of Korea.
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It is indicated that human Cryptosporidium infections are maintained at a relatively low prevalence on coastal islands of Jeollanam-do, Republic of Korea. Expand
Genotype analysis of Cryptosporidium spp. prevalent in a rural village in Hwasun-gun, Republic of Korea.
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It is suggested that human cryptosporidiosis in the studied area is caused by mixtures of C. hominis and C. parvum oocysts originating from both inhabitants and domestic animals. Expand
Detection of parasite eggs from archaeological excavations in the Republic of Korea.
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Examination of the contents of suspected privies revealed the presence of eggs from 5 kinds of parasite: Ascaris, Trichuris, Clonorchis, and two species of unknown trematodes, the first record of C. sinensis eggs in archaeological materials in the Republic of Korea. Expand
Clonorchis sinensis metacercarial infection in the pond smelt Hypomesus olidus and the minnow Zacco platypus collected from the Soyang and Daechung Lakes.
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The pond smelt Hypomesus olidus and minnow Zacco platypus and pond smelts and minnows collected from the Soyang and Daechung Lakes were verified to be the second intermediate hosts and the sources of human C. sinensis infection. Expand
Prevalence of Heterophyes nocens and Pygydiopsis summa infections among residents of the western and southern coastal islands of the Republic of Korea.
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The results indicate that H. nocens and P. summa are indigenous to the southern and western coastal islands of the Republic of Korea, and that adults more than 40 years old are most prevalent on Imchado. Expand
Intestinal helminth infections in feral cats and a raccoon dog on Aphaedo Island, Shinan-gun, with a special note on Gymnophalloides seoi infection in cats.
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Results indicate that feral cats and raccoon dogs on Aphaedo are natural definitive hosts for intestinal trematodes and cestodes, including G. seoi, H. nocens, and S. erinacei. Expand
SUSCEPTIBILITY OF INBRED MOUSE STRAINS TO INFECTION WITH THREE SPECIES OF METAGONIMUS PREVALENT IN THE REPUBLIC OF KOREA
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The results show that susceptibility of mice to Metagonimus infection varies according to mouse strain and parasite species but is suggested to be independent of the mouse H-2 haplotype. Expand
Infection status of freshwater fish with metacercariae of Clonorchis sinensis in Korea.
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Several species of freshwater fish are briskly transmitting C. sinensis infection in many riverside areas of southern Korea, and two species, P. parva and P. herzi, are able to be the index fish for estimation of C. Sinensis transmission in a certain locality. Expand
A new endemic focus of Heterophyes nocens and other heterophyid infections in a coastal area of Gangjin-gun, Jeollanam-do.
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The surveyed coastal village has been newly known as an endemic focus of human H. nocens infection and consuming raw mullets was the presumable source of human heterophyid infections. Expand
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