Human enteric infection with Ancylostoma caninum: hookworms reappraised in the light of a "new" zoonosis.


Recent studies in northeastern Australia indicate that enteric infection with Ancylostoma caninum is a leading cause of human eosinophilic enteritis. Much more frequent accompaniments of this infection are obscure abdominal pain with or without blood eosinophilia, while a large part of the population is probably infected asymptomatically. These conclusions… (More)


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