Sirichit Wongkamchai

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BACKGROUND Cutaneous dirofilariosis is a canine mosquito-borne zoonosis that can cause larva migrans disease in humans. Dirofilaria repens is considered an emerging pathogen occurring with high(More)
Allergic reactions to mosquito bites are common problems worldwide. The reactions are often cutaneous and difficult to distinguish from non-specific histaminic phenomena. Moreover, the presentation(More)