M Abdellatifi

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The authors propose the simultaneous use of Faust's, Janeckso-Urbanyi's and Ritchie's techniques according to a protocol which combines the effectiveness of the three techniques, with a saving in reagents, a significant simplification of the manipulations (a single dilution of the stools, a single straining and a total of three centrifugations) and the(More)
One thousand one hundred and seventy refugees from Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam were examined in the north of France from 1976 to 1980. 58% of them carried digestive parasites, 22% had anti-Plasmodium antibodies and 2% showed circulating Plasmodium. The most frequent parasites were hookworms (28%), Opisthorchiidae (15%) and Giardia intestinalis (12%).(More)
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