A survey of the intestinal nematodes of Bushmen in Namibia.


Studies in Namibia revealed prevalence rates of 63% for hookworm and 35% for Trichuris in 31 Bushmen, 4-65 years of age, who were encamped in the Kaudom Game Reserve. The study also revealed prevalence rates of 85% for hookworm, 25% for Strongyloides, and 1% for Trichuris in 103 children, 6-17 years of age, attending 5 schools in Bushmanland. The 25… (More)


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