An Epidemiologic Study On Clonorchiasis And Metagonimiasis In Riverside Areas In Korea.

@article{Seo1981AnES,
  title={An Epidemiologic Study On Clonorchiasis And Metagonimiasis In Riverside Areas In Korea.},
  author={Byong seol Seo and Soon Hyung Lee and Seung Yull Cho and Jong Yil Chai and Sung Tae Hong and In Soo Hwaseong-si Han and Jin Saeng Sohn and Byong Hwan Cho and Seok Rok Ahn and Sang Ki Lee and Sang Choon Chung and Keun Shik Kang and Hyong Soo Shim and In Soo Hwang},
  journal={Kisaengch'unghak chapchi. The Korean journal of parasitology},
  year={1981},
  volume={19 2},
  pages={
          137-150
        }
}
A study was carried out to figure the cases and to observe the endemic status of clonorchiasis and metagonimiasis in endemic areas in Korea. Total 13,373 inhabitants living in 40 villages along 7 main rivers and 9 small streams were subjected to stool examination. They were selected randomly among the riverside population. Their specimens were examined both by cellphane thick smear method and Stoll's egg countung technique. This study was performed during the period from May 1979 to April 1980… CONTINUE READING
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