Epidemiological review of human and animal fascioliasis in Egypt.

@article{Soliman2008EpidemiologicalRO,
  title={Epidemiological review of human and animal fascioliasis in Egypt.},
  author={Maha Farid Mohamed Soliman},
  journal={Journal of infection in developing countries},
  year={2008},
  volume={2 3},
  pages={182-9}
}
One of the neglected food-borne-diseases in the international public health arena is fascioliasis. It is a serious infectious parasitic disease infecting humans and animals worldwide and tops all the zoonotic helminthes. Human cases are being increasingly reported from Europe, the Americas, Oceania, Africa and Asia. Hence, human fascioliasis is considered now as a zoonosis of major global and regional importance. In Egypt, animal and human fascioliasis is an endemic clinical and epidemiological… CONTINUE READING

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