Nsima Ibanga Udoidung

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In Africa, most schistosomiasis control programmes defined the age 5-19 years as the target population for nationwide control through the school systems, excluding the under fives. A study was therefore undertaken to determine the prevalence and intensity of genitourinary schistosomiasis in children aged 0-5 years (pre-primary) in Adim, a rural and endemic(More)
There is a dearth of information on the geographical distribution of bancroftian filariasis in Africa on which to establish elimination programmes. The aim of this study is to assess the prevalence and density of microfilaraemia and the prevalence of clinical manifestations of bancroftian filariasis in six rural communities of Lower Cross River Basin,(More)
OBJECTIVES Intestinal parasitic infection and undernutrition are still major public health problems in poor and developing countries. The objective of this study was to assess the relationship between intestinal parasitic infection and nutritional status in 405 primary school children from rural and urban areas of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. METHODS This(More)
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