Infections with gastrointestinal parasitic helminths indigenous to Japan and their treatment historically studied in an attempt to control the diseases in countries where they are still rampant: (1) the Jomon to Edo periods.

@article{Maki2009InfectionsWG,
  title={Infections with gastrointestinal parasitic helminths indigenous to Japan and their treatment historically studied in an attempt to control the diseases in countries where they are still rampant: (1) the Jomon to Edo periods.},
  author={Jun Maki and Hiroshi Sakagami and Masahiro Kuwada and Armando C{\'a}ceres and Hiroshi Sekiya and Eiji Tamai},
  journal={Yakushigaku zasshi},
  year={2009},
  volume={44 1},
  pages={18-23}
}
Infections with gastrointestinal parasitic helminthes were historically surveyed from the Jomon period to the end of the Edo period in Japan. The parasitic helminthes whose eggs or symptoms were shown in the remains and bibliographies are the roundworm, whipworm, liver fluke, Yokogawa's fluke and the cestode, Diphyllobothrium sp. The first two are soil-transmitted nematodes and the other three parasitic helminths are those with which people are infected following eating raw fish. The infection… CONTINUE READING
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